STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM
WHERE IS THE MONEY GOING?
State transportation infrastructure will receive roughly half of new SB 1 funding: $26 billion. Funding will be used to tackle deferred maintenance needs on the state highway system, including:
“Fix-it-First” highway repairs, including smoother pavement, pothole filling and new lane markings statewide, results in 17,000 miles of additional pavement fixed.
Bridge and culvert repairs to ensure proper drainage under highways and bridges, results in 500 bridges and 55,000 culverts and drains fixed
Improve trade corridors including routes in and out of California’s ports, results in a stronger economy.
Reduce congestion through comprehensive multi-modal approaches that offer travel choices, results in less time stuck in traffic.
Other investments, including $275 million for interregional highway and intercity rail improvements.