California Transportation Commission Allocates $359 Million to Upgrade California's Infrastructure

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Explore:  Infrastructure

The California Transportation Commission announced this week that it has awarded $359 million to help fund 36 projects in California.  Some of the projects receiving funding include:

  • $140 million to the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)  to purchase 46 new rail cars that will provide new service from the BART/Caltrain Millbrae Station directly to San Francisco International Airport.

  • $15 million to Santa Clara for the US 101 Freeway Performance Initiative.

  • $43.8 million for the SR 99/Pelandale Interchange in Modesto.

  • $46 million for improvements to I-405 in Orange County

A full list of projects receiving funding can be found here.

Topics:  Infrastructure

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