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Contact Caltrans' Office of Business and Economic Opportunity for further information on the Small Business, Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise programs:

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SB 1 Program Guidelines

The State is seeking public comment on the following program guidelines:

CTC

Solutions for Congested Corridors Program, provides funding on a competitive basis to Caltrans and regional agencies for priority projects that will improve traffic flow and mobility along the state’s most congested corridors while also seeking to improve air quality and health. Questions about the Solutions for Congested Corridors Program may be directed to Teresa Favila, Assistant Deputy Director at teresa.favila@dot.ca.gov

Draft CCP guidelines for can be found here: http://www.catc.ca.gov/programs/sb1/sccp/

Trade Corridor Enhancement Program, provides funding for corridor-based freight projects nominated by local agencies and the state. Questions about the Trade Corridor Enhancement Program may be directed to Dawn Cheser, Assistant Deputy Director at dawn.cheser@dot.ca.gov.

Draft guidelines for the TECP can be found here: http://www.catc.ca.gov/programs/sb1/tcep/

Caltrans

Caltrans is seeking input on the draft guidelines for the State of Good Repair (SGR) Program that will provide $105 million annually to the State Transit Assistance (STA) allocation, and will fund eligible transit maintenance, rehabilitation and capital projects. Caltrans welcomes written comments and questions regarding the draft guidelines, please send comments to SB1SGRcomments@dot.ca.gov no later than October 5.

To view the draft SGR guidelines visit http://www.dot.ca.gov/drmt/spstasgr.html.

CalSTA

In January 2018, the California State Transportation Agency announced 7 recipients for $51.9 million in State Rail Assistance program funding. These projects, which have a total value of $136 million when including funding from other sources, are focused investments by the state to improve commuter and intercity rail service across the state, reduce air pollution and ease traffic congestion. View complete list of projects.

The Transportation Agency will announce the Transit and Intercity Capital Rail Program (TIRCP) grant recipients by April 30, 2018.