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FORMULA-BASED FUNDED PROJECTS

The City’s share of the formula-based funding of $8.8 million pays for pavement resurfacing in residential neighborhoods and major roadways as well as enhancing safety measures and accessibility including active transportation, bike lanes and transit stops.

Residential Neighborhood Projects: Includes preventative maintenance with rubberized asphalt. The following neighborhoods are currently under construction and estimated at $3.2 million in total project costs. With additional SB 1 funds, the City can continue to implement these types of projects every year in other residential neighborhoods

Major Roadway Projects: Construction of all projects began in late June 2018.

  • J Street (16th - 30th streets) – Estimated at $1.4 million total project costs and includes pavement rehabilitation, accessibility improvements and parking-protected bike lanes.
  • Mack Road (Stockton Boulevard to Morrison Creek bridge deck) – Estimated at $5.5 million total project costs and includes pavement rehabilitation and accessibility improvements.
  • Grand Avenue (Marysville Boulevard to Rio Linda Boulevard) – Estimated at $1.6 million total project costs and includes pavement rehabilitation and accessibility improvements.
  • Natomas Blvd (North Park Drive to Elkhorn Boulevard) – Estimated at $2.7 million total project costs and includes pavement rehabilitation.

Competitive Grant Programs

Roughly $17 million in funding was used to augment and create new competitive grant programs. The below City projects have been funded through May 2018 during the first round of competitive gr ant programs.

Active Transportation Program (ATP) – Using SB 1 funds, the State augmented its ATP in fall 2017 and funded projects that narrowly missed the cutoff in the last funding round. The City of Sacramento received augmentation funding for two ATP projects.

  • Two Rivers Trail (Phase 2) – A 2.4 mile long multi-use trail between Sutter’s Landing Park and H Street near Sac State. The project received $3.33 million in SB 1 funding toward $6 million total project costs. The project is currently going through public and environmental review and is scheduled for construction in 2019.
  • Meadowview Roads Complete Street (Phase 2) – This phase completes the project that previously received funding for Phase 1 and covers improvements to Meadowview Road from Coral Gables Court east to the Meadowview Light Rail Station at Detroit Boulevard. The project includes raised landscaped medians, crosswalks, installation of planted zones on each side of the street, buffer ed bike lanes, raised medians with functional landscaping, pedestrian and accessibility enhancements and additional street lighting. The proposed project is intended to improve safety, connectivity and mobility for all users including transit, schools, businesses, job centers and the community Center. The City of Sacramento received $1.6 million in

Local Partnership Program (Competitive Program) – Rewards local agencies with sales tax and development fee programs, with projects selected on a competitive basis statewide.

  • Sacramento Downtown Grid 3.0 Mobility Project – With $5 million of SB 1 funds and $5 million of developer impact fees, this project will create protected bikeways on key north-south and east-west streets including 9th and 10th streets as well as P and Q streets. The project will also convert 5th Street and a portion of I Street from one-way to two-way in order to improve vehicle and bicycle access. This project is scheduled for construction in 2020.

Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant – Focuses on transportation planning efforts for actions to help achieve the State’s greenhouse gas reduction targets.

  • Stockton Boulevard Complete Streets Plan – $400,000 grant to conduct analysis to address safety, economic development and active transportation options on Stockton Boulevard. Project objectives are to engage the community, property and business owners in the planning process; reduce injuries and fatalities; evaluate alternative cross-sections; improve bicycle facilities; enhance transit service; develop conceptual streetscape designs; and reduce speeding on the corridor.

Regional Projects

In addition to projects that are directly managed by the City, SB 1 has also awarded $125 million in funding for regional projects that will directly affect Sacramento residents, employees and visitors.

Interstate 5 HOV Project – Approximately 19 miles of bus/carpool lanes constructed from Beach Lake Bridge to U.S. 50, plus two new soundwalls near Freeport Boulevard and Pocket Road. The project received $15 million in Congested Corridors funding toward $278 million total project costs and is scheduled for construction in late 2018.

U.S. 50 Multimodal Corridor Enhancement Project – Includes 14 lane miles of HOV lanes from Interstate 5 to Watt Avenue, pavement rehabilitation and light rail expansion from Sunrise Blvd to Downtown Folsom. The project received $110 million in Congested Corridors funding toward $45 million total project costs and is scheduled for construction in 2020.