STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

WHERE IS THE MONEY GOING?

State transportation infrastructure will receive roughly half of new SB 1 funding: $26 billion. Funding will be used to tackle deferred maintenance needs on the state highway system, including:

maintenance and rehabilitation

$15 BILLION

“Fix-it-First” highway repairs, including smoother pavement, pothole filling and new lane markings statewide, results in 17,000 miles of additional pavement fixed.

transit

$4 BILLION

Bridge and culvert repairs to ensure proper drainage under highways and bridges, results in 500 bridges and 55,000 culverts and drains fixed

trade corridors

$3 BILLION

Improve trade corridors including routes in and out of California’s ports, results in a stronger economy.

congestion relief

$2.5 BILLION

Reduce congestion through comprehensive multi-modal approaches that offer travel choices, results in less time stuck in traffic.

transit

$1.4 BILLION

Other investments, including $275 million for interregional highway and intercity rail improvements.