State Transit Assistance State of Good Repair
The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, Senate Bill (SB) 1 (Chapter 5, Statues of 2017), signed by the Governor on April 28, 2017, includes a program that will provide additional revenues for transit infrastructure repair and service improvements. This investment in public transit will be referred to as the State of Good Repair program. This program provides funding of approximately $105 million annually to the State Transit Assistance (STA) Account. These funds are to be made available for eligible transit maintenance, rehabilitation and capital projects.
SB 1 emphasizes the importance of accountability and transparency in the delivery of California’s transportation programs. Therefore, in order to be eligible for State of Good Repair funding, potential agencies must comply with various reporting requirements. The State of Good Repair Guidelines will describe the general policies and procedures in carrying out the reporting requirements and other statutory objectives of the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.
Written comments and questions can be submitted to the program email account: SB1SGRcomments@dot.ca.gov.
The CalSMART online reporting tool is now available for agencies to enter and submit their SGR Project Status and Expenditure Reporting, which were originally due December 31,2019, now extended to January 10, 2020.
- A CalSMART "Quick Guide" is available upon request.
December 31, 2019 – Transportation Development Act (TDA) Audit or Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) are due to Caltrans.
- For this period of reporting (FY 2018-19), State of Good Repair (SGR) funds can be combined with other State Transit Assistance (STA) funds; however, for future year reporting (FY 2019-20 and beyond), we’re requesting that agencies please list/itemize SGR funds separately from STA funds.
Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs (PDF)
Submit your questions to SB1SGRcomments@dot.ca.gov
Reporting Tools and Guides
Important Note: When reporting please select the “State of Good Repair."