California Invests Another $1.1 Billion to Continue Rebuilding Its Transportation Infrastructure


SACRAMENTO — The California Transportation Commission (CTC) this week allocated more than $1.1 billion for projects to repair and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state. The allocation includes more than $533 million in funding from the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 (IIJA) and more than $190 million in funding from Senate Bill (SB) 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

“California and our federal partners are taking action now to create a safer, more resilient, and more equitable transportation future for all Californians,” said Caltrans Director Tony Tavares. “These visionary infrastructure investments are giving Caltrans the tools it needs to rebuild California.”

Projects the CTC approved include several for District 4:


  • $4M allocation for Interstate 580 in Oakland at the Fruitvale Avenue undercrossing for seismic retrofit and bridge rail replacement of two bridges.
  • $3.7M allocation for State Route 260 to install jet fans and improve ventilation in the Posey and Webster tubes.
  • $2.3M for SR-84 in or near Fremont and Union City to remove debris and rocks, repair guardrails, replace signs and clear drainage inlets.
  • $1.5M for Interstate 580 near Pleasanton and in Fremont on I-680 to remove debris and place a temporary concrete barrier.
  • $630,000 for Interstate 880 in Oakland to repair a concrete barrier and a bridge railing.
  • $50,000 for Interstate 880 and SR-260 to improve access in and around the Webster and Posey tubes.
  • $50,000 for I-880 interchange improvements in the cities of Hayward and Union City.


  • $4.5M allocation ($3.9M federal) to realign and reconfigure roadways on Interstate 80 in Richmond and El Cerrito.
  • $250,000 to increase multimodal options and improve connectivity between the El Cerrito Plaza BART station and San Francisco Bay Trail through identifying and analyzing potential bikeway connections on this route.


  • $3.6M allocation for State Route 37 in Marin County to rehabilitate the Petaluma River Bridge area.


  • $2.3M allocation for State Route 121 near the city of Napa to repair and restore slope washouts with Rock Slope Protection, erosion control, steel sheet piles, and drainage upgrades.
  • $731,000 State Route 29 near Calistoga to install a wire mesh drapery system.


  • $5M allocation for the city of South San Francisco on US-101 to reconstruct and reconfigure the existing interchange.
  • $3.7M allocation ($3.3 federal) for State Route 84 to construct a pile wall, reconstruct damaged pavement and upgrade guard rail.
  • $2.1M allocation on State Route 1 in or around the cities of Half Moon Bay, Pacifica, and Daly City to improve the corridor.
  • $1.8M allocation for SR-1 near Montara to repair a damaged storm drain and restore eroded embankment.


  • $29.3M allocation ($25.9M federal) to extend pavement service life and improve ride quality for State Route 82 in Mountain View, Los Altos, and Palo Alto.
  • $9.5M ($8.4 federal) for SR-82 to upgrade pedestrian facilities and make the county compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.
  • $3M for US-101 in San Jose to remove debris, replace culverts and place erosion control.
  • $2.8M for State Route 152 to remove sediment from under the bridge and the creek channel, clean the culverts, install access openings, place rock slope protection, and regrade the ditch.
  • $1.1M for Interstate 280 to State Route 87 to construct a sound wall on both sides of the freeway.
  • $581,000 for State Route 152 to stabilize the slope and add erosion control and drainage upgrades.
  • $100,000 for State Route 9 near Saratoga at the Saratoga Bridge for a mitigation project.


  • $3.8M for SR-12 near Suisun City to rehabilitate the roadway and upgrade the guardrail.
  • $2.4M allocation for State Route 128 near Winters to upgrade bridge rails and overlaying the bridge deck.
  • $1.7M for Interstate 80 to install outer separation concrete barrier between westbound I-80 and Lyon Road.


  • $15.8M allocation ($13M federal) for State Route 121 near Schellville at the intersection of 121 and 116.
  • $2.4M for State Route 116 to repair unstable slope by constructing a retaining wall.
  • $2.2M for SR-1 near Jenner to rehabilitate drainage at two locations.
  • $1.5M allocation ($1.3M federal) to install centerline and shoulder rumble strips in Petaluma along SR-116.
  • $1.3M for Sonoma County for SR-116 for intersection improvements.
  • $780,000 on SR-116 near Jenner for permanent restoration of slope.

The IIJA, also known as the “Bipartisan Infrastructure Law,” is a once-in-a-generation investment in our nation's infrastructure to improve the sustainability and resiliency of our energy, water, broadband and transportation systems. California has already received nearly $18.5 billion since the IIJA’s passage in November 2021.

SB 1 provides $5 billion in transportation funding annually that is shared equally between the state and local agencies. Road projects progress through construction phases more quickly based on the availability of SB 1 funds, including projects that are partially funded by SB 1.

For more information about California transportation projects funded by the IIJA and SB 1, visit


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