Hilmar - Active Transportation Program (ATP)
Project Description For ATP Application
This project proposed to improve pedestrian and bicycle facility along State Route (SR) 165 from Geer Avenue at PM 32.87 to August Avenue at PM 34.36. This project proposed to widen existing pavement to install class II bike lanes, construct new sidewalks and curb ramps, and reconstruct existing curb ramps.
Purpose And Need
Caltrans D10 seeks funding opportunity to design and enhance complete streets on State Highway system. The Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 4 is open to Caltrans Districts to promote complete street on State Highway system and provide safe mobility for all users, including bicyclists, pedestrians, transit riders, and motorists.
The Active Transportation Program provides approximately $125 million in funding annually. The program is funded from a combination of federal and state funds. The ATP is currently in the third cycle of project selections. Cycle 3 solicitation closed on June 15, 2016. The next solicitation (Cycle 4) will occur in 2018 for program years 2021/22 and 2022/23. If selected and awarded by California Transportation Commission (CTC), ATP projects are subject CTC Timely Use of Funds provisions.
It is anticipated that this project will be Categorically Excluded under the National Environmental Policy Act and Categorically Exempt (Class 32) under the California Environmental Quality Act.
Utilities & Right of Way
This project will require utility relocations only.
$4.8 million ($3.2 m Construction Capital and $1.6 million Support cost)
Project Schedule (Approved Atp Grant)
- ATP Application Submittal – Spring 2018
- Begin Project Development & Environmental Study – Summer 2019
- Begin Construction – Winter 2023
- End Construction – Summer 2024
Phone: (209) 948-7977
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