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FUNDING & PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

Franklin Boulevard Complete Street conceptual rendering The Funding and Project Development section initiates engineering projects on public city-owned roadways; these projects are called Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs). The F&PD team starts by evaluating the feasibility of potential projects, and then carries the CIP through the preliminary stages of engineering design. As part of this process, the F&PD group will obtain the required environmental clearances, engage the community and stakeholders to get input, and line up funding sources for final design and construction. 

The goals of the Funding & Project Development team are to initiate projects that are feasible, fundable, reflect the needs and goals of the community, and provide safe mobility for all users. Example CIPs include:

  • Reconfiguring existing roadways for all travel modes, including bikes, pedestrians and transit
  • Streetscape improvements on older corridors to create more walkable environments
  • Replacing and rehabilitating old bridges
  • Highway interchange improvements
  • New traffic signals and hybrid beacons
  • Operational improvements to enhance efficiency
  • Roadway extensions to provide new access

All projects include meeting current accessibility and bikeway standards when feasible. In addition, the Funding and Project Development section works with the Active Modes Specialist to identify CIPs that assist in fulfilling the goals of the Vision Zero Program and the Bikeway Master Plan.

Transportation Funding

Transportation projects are funded through a variety of federal, state, and local fund sourcesVery few transportation projects are funded with only local funds, so the Funding and Project Development section administers a grant match program that leverages local funds by using them to match state and federal grants. The Funding and Project Development section prepares the applications requesting these funds, including preliminary engineering drawings and estimates. Grant funding is sought from such grant programs as the Highway Bridge Program (HBP), the State and Regional Active Transportation Program, the Community Design Funding Program, the Regional Local Funding Program, and others. 

Projects

View projects that the Funding and Project Development Section is currently managing, as well as additional information on projects that are currently in progress, and that have recently been completed. View a list of proposed projects in which Engineering Services may be seeking future Requests for Proposals and/or Bids (pdf).

Title IV

The City of Sacramento, under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes, ensures that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability be excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Any person who believes that they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability may file a Title VI complaint with the department of Public Works. The complaint must be filed within 180 days of the date of the alleged discrimination.

TITLE VI STATEMENT AND COMPLAINT PROCEDURE

TÍTULO VI INFORMACIÓN Y PROCEDIMIENTO DE RECLAMACIÓN

第六章 信息 及投诉程序

TITLE VI COV LUS TSIS TXAUS SIAB & KEV TSIS TXAUS SIAB

TIÊU ĐỀ VI THÔNG TIN &THỦ TỤC KHIẾU NẠI

РАЗДЕЛ VI ИНФОРМАЦИЯ И ПРОЦЕДУРА РАССМОТРЕНИЯ ЖАЛОБ

Повідомлення про координатора Title VI & Процедура подання скарг

الباب السادس المعلومات وإجراءات الشكاوى

TITLE VI OVERVIEW FROM THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

TITLE VI OVERVIEW FROM THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Contact:
Jesse Gothan Title VI Coordinator
City of Sacramento
Department of Public Works
915 I Street, Room 2000
Sacramento, CA 95814 - 2604
Phone (916) 808-6897
jgothan@cityofsacramento.org