State funding provided by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) and Federal funding through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) represent landmark opportunities to build a safe, resilient, and equitable transportation future.
March 14, 2023: Biden-Harris Administration Opens Applications for First Round of $2.5 Billion Program to Build EV Charging in Communities & Neighborhoods Nationwide. Learn more.
March 9, 2023: Caltrans Awards $225 Million for Local Roadway Safety Projects. Learn more.
March 10, 2023: Biden-Harris Administration Recommends Advancing Eighteen Major Transit Projects. Learn more.
February 27, 2023: Feinstein, Padilla Announce More Than $139 Million for California Airports from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Learn more.
February 27, 2023: U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced $185 million in grant awards for 45 communities through the first round of funding for the Reconnecting Communities Pilot Grant Program. California will receive over $35 million in grant awards for 5 communities. Learn more.
Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) project spotlight
The San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge is recognized as the second most frequently used bridge for suicide in the Country. Hence, the $14 million funding allocation by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) is an important milestone in the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge Suicide Deterrent Project. Funding will be used to complete the design of a suicide deterrent system for the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge. The purpose of the project is to install a suicide deterrence system in the most timely manner in order to reduce suicides and suicide attempts as soon as is practicable while also reducing closures of the bridge due to these events.
SB 1 – Projects And Programs
New striping, pavement, and sidewalks in Santa Barbara's East Beach neighborhood links disadvantaged communities with new infrastructure that promotes active transportation.View the Project Gallery
Projects by Region
You may want to know how funds are being used in your back yard, or understand the geographic regions of the state that are impacted by ongoing projects.Explore the Map
Areas of Impact
Projects funded by SB 1 and IIJA create a ripple of impact for California residents and visitors. These are just some of the benefits that transportation infrastructure projects supported by SB 1 and IIJA have created.
- Reduced Climate Impact
- Reduced Traffic Delays
- Efficient Movement of Goods
- Increased Safety
- Improved Equity of Access
- Increased Jobs and Employment
- Safe Active Transportation Facilities
- Financial Stewardship
News and Media
- Caltrans Completes Pavement Work on U.S. 395 in Inyo CountyDecember 21, 2022