California Transportation Commission Allocated $487 Million to California Transportation Projects


Money is once again being allocated to improve public infrastructure in California.  The California Transportation Commission announced this week the award of $487 million to various projects throughout the state.  Included are:

  • San Bernardino Associated Governments' (SANBAG) Lenwood Road Railroad Grade Separation Project in the City of Barstow.
  • Orange County Transportation Authority's (OCTA) Lakeview Avenue Grade Separation Project in the City of Placentia.
  • The Richmond Rail Connector for a new route between San Pablo and Richmond.
  • Several Caltrans State Highway realignment or widening projects, including adding a carpool lane on the I-405 between the 10 and 101 freeways, and widening the I-5 from the Orange County line to the 605 freeway connector.
  • Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's BART Phase 1 from Fremont to San Jose.

Click here to see a full list of all the projects receiving funding.

Topics:  Department of Transportation, Funding, Public Projects, Public Transit

Published In: Finance & Banking Updates, Transportation Updates

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