State funds improving transportation in California

SB 1 expands funding for California's transportation system by an average of $5.4 billion annually, split between state and local investments. It allows local agencies and Caltrans to fix California’s roads and bridges, reduce traffic delays, improve goods movement, and increase options for transit, intercity rail, and active transportation.

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SB 1 projects

SB 1 dollars invested and projects by status


Updated August 15, 2023

Projects by category

More than $18 billion of SB 1 projects broken down by project status and category.

Goods movement (Planned: $1.06b, In progress: $1.30b, Completed: $427m)
Local streets and highways (Planned: $502m, In progress: $2.02b, Completed: $1.77b)
Maintaining highways (Planned: $1.19b, In progress: $3.94b, Completed: $1.91b)
Transit, commuter rail, bike and walking paths (Planned: $699m, In progress: $2.23b, Completed: $1.29b)

Updated August 15, 2023

Jobs created

Jobs created are assessed based on 13,000 jobs per $1 billion invested. For more information on the employment impacts of highway infrastructure, visit the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Employment Impacts of Highway Infrastructure Investment.

Jobs created by SB 1

Updated September 25, 2023

Small Business and Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise

Caltrans is committed to assisting Small Business (SB) and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) firms gain access to Federal and State contracting and procurement. The charts below indicate the growth of contracts awarded by Caltrans to both programs since 2017.

Small business dollars awarded (in millions)

increase over the $426 million baseline established in 2017

Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise dollars awarded (in millions)

increase over the $50 million baseline established in 2017