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Government Code - GOV

TITLE 2. GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA [8000 - 22980]

  ( Title 2 enacted by Stats. 1943, Ch. 134. )

DIVISION 3. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT [11000 - 15986]

  ( Division 3 added by Stats. 1945, Ch. 111. )

PART 5.3. CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION [14500 - 14558]

  ( Part 5.3 added by Stats. 1977, Ch. 1106. )

CHAPTER 4.5. The Traffic Congestion Relief Act of 2000 [14556 - 14556.52]

  ( Chapter 4.5 added by Stats. 2000, Ch. 91, Sec. 6. )

ARTICLE 5. Eligible Projects [14556.40 - 14556.41]
  ( Article 5 added by Stats. 2000, Ch. 91, Sec. 6. )

14556.40.
  

(a) The following projects are eligible for grants from the fund for the purposes and amounts specified:

(1) BART to San Jose; extend BART from Fremont to Downtown San Jose in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties. Seven hundred twenty-five million dollars ($725,000,000). The lead applicant is the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(2) Fremont-South Bay Commuter Rail; acquire rail line and start commuter rail service between Fremont and San Jose in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties. Thirty-five million dollars ($35,000,000). The lead applicant is the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(3) Route 101; widen freeway from four to eight lanes south of San Jose, Bernal Road to Burnett Avenue in Santa Clara County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(4) Route 680; add northbound HOV lane over Sunol Grade, Milpitas to Route 84 in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties. Sixty million dollars ($60,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Alameda County Transportation Commission.

(5) Route 101; add northbound lane to freeway through San Jose, Route 87 to Trimble Road in Santa Clara County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(6) Route 262; major investment study for cross connector freeway, Route 680 to Route 880 near Warm Springs in Santa Clara County. One million dollars ($1,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(7) Caltrain; expand service to Gilroy; improve parking, stations, and platforms along UPRR line in Santa Clara County. Fifty-five million dollars ($55,000,000). The lead applicant is the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(8) Route 880; reconstruct Coleman Avenue Interchange near San Jose Airport in Santa Clara County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

(9) Capitol Corridor; improve intercity rail line between Oakland and San Jose, and at Jack London Square and Emeryville stations in Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority.

(10) Regional Express Bus; acquire low-emission buses for new express service on HOV lanes regionwide. In nine counties. Forty million dollars ($40,000,000). The lead applicant is the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

(11) San Francisco Bay Southern Crossing; complete feasibility and financial studies for new San Francisco Bay crossing (new bridge, HOV/transit bridge, terminal connection, or second BART tube) in Alameda and San Francisco or San Mateo Counties. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

(12) Bay Area Transit Connectivity; complete studies of, and fund related improvements for, the I-580 Livermore Corridor; the Hercules Rail Station and related improvements, West Contra Costa County and Route 4 Corridors in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Seventeen million dollars ($17,000,000). Of the amount specified, seven million dollars ($7,000,000) shall be made available for the Route 4 Corridor study and improvements, seven million dollars ($7,000,000) shall be made available for the I-580 Corridor study and improvements, and three million dollars ($3,000,000) shall be made available for the Hercules Rail Station study and improvements. The lead applicant for the Hercules Rail Station and related improvements in west Contra Costa County is the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority. The lead applicants, for the I-580 Livermore Study and improvements are the Alameda County Transportation Commission and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. The lead applicants for the Route 4 Corridor study and improvements are the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District.

(13) Caltrain Peninsula Corridor; acquire rolling stock, add passing tracks, and construct pedestrian access structure at stations between San Francisco and San Jose in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties. One hundred twenty-seven million dollars ($127,000,000). The lead applicant is the Peninsula Joint Powers Board.

(14) Caltrain; extension to Salinas in Monterey County. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the Transportation Agency for Monterey County.

(15) Route 24; Caldecott Tunnel; add fourth bore tunnel with additional lanes in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

(16) Route 4; construct one or more phases of improvements to widen freeway to eight lanes from Railroad through Loveridge Road, including two HOV lanes, and to six or more lanes from east of Loveridge Road through Hillcrest. Thirty-nine million dollars ($39,000,000). The lead applicant is the Contra Costa Transportation Authority.

(17) Route 101; add reversible HOV lane through San Rafael, Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to North San Pedro Road in Marin County. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Marin Congestion Management Agency.

(18) Route 101; widen eight miles of freeway to six lanes, Novato to Petaluma (Novato Narrows) in Marin and Sonoma Counties. Twenty-one million dollars ($21,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Sonoma County Transportation Authority.

(19) Bay Area Water Transit Authority; establish a regional water transit system beginning with Treasure Island in the City and County of San Francisco. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the Bay Area Water Transit Authority.

(20) San Francisco Muni Third Street Light Rail; extend Third Street line to Chinatown (tunnel) in the City and County of San Francisco. One hundred forty million dollars ($140,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

(21) San Francisco Muni Ocean Avenue Light Rail; reconstruct Ocean Avenue light rail line to Route 1 near California State University, San Francisco, in the City and County of San Francisco. Seven million dollars ($7,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

(22) Route 101; environmental study for reconstruction of Doyle Drive, from Lombard Street/Richardson Avenue to Route 1 Interchange in the City and County of San Francisco. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.

(23) Caltrain Peninsula Corridor; complete grade separations at Poplar Avenue (San Mateo), 25th Avenue or vicinity (San Mateo), and Linden Avenue (South San Francisco) in San Mateo County. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Mateo County Transportation Authority.

(24) Vallejo Baylink Ferry; acquire low-emission ferryboats to expand Baylink Vallejo-San Francisco service in Solano County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Vallejo.

(25) I-80/I-680/Route 12 Interchange in Fairfield in Solano County; 12 interchange complex in seven stages (Stage 1). Thirteen million dollars ($13,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Solano Transportation Authority.

(26) ACE Commuter Rail; add siding on UPRR line in Livermore Valley in Alameda County. One million dollars ($1,000,000). The lead applicant is the Alameda County Transportation Commission.

(27) Vasco Road Safety and Transit Enhancement Project in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Eleven million dollars ($11,000,000). The lead applicant is Alameda County Transportation Commission.

(28) Parking Structure at Transit Village at Richmond BART Station in Contra Costa County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Richmond.

(29) AC Transit; buy two fuel cell buses and fueling facility for demonstration project in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Eight million dollars ($8,000,000). The lead applicant is the Alameda Contra Costa Transit District.

(30) Implementation of commuter rail passenger service from Cloverdale south to San Rafael and Larkspur in Marin and Sonoma Counties. Thirty-seven million dollars ($37,000,000). The lead applicant is the Sonoma-Marin Area Transit Authority.

(31) Route 580; construct eastbound and westbound HOV lanes from Tassajara Road/Santa Rita Road to Vasco Road in Alameda County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Alameda County Transportation Commission.

(32) North Coast Railroad; repair and upgrade track to meet Class II (freight) standards in Napa, Sonoma, Marin, Mendocino, and Humboldt Counties. Sixty million dollars ($60,000,000). The lead applicant is the North Coast Rail Authority. Except for the amounts specified in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) and subdivision (b) of Section 14456.50, no part of the specified amount may be made available to the authority until it has made a full accounting to the commission demonstrating that the expenditure of funds provided to the authority in the Budget Act of 2000 (Chapter 52 of the Statutes of 2000) was consistent with the limitations placed on those funds in that Budget Act.

(33) Bus Transit; acquire low-emission buses for Los Angeles County MTA bus transit service. One hundred fifty million dollars ($150,000,000). The lead applicant is the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(34) Blue Line to Los Angeles; new rail line Pasadena to Los Angeles in Los Angeles County. Forty million dollars ($40,000,000). The lead applicant is the Pasadena Metro Blue Line Construction Authority.

(35) Pacific Surfliner; triple track intercity rail line within Los Angeles County and add run-through tracks through Los Angeles Union Station in Los Angeles County. One hundred million dollars ($100,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(36) Los Angeles Eastside Transit Extension; build new light rail line in East Los Angeles, from Union Station to Atlantic via 1st Street to Lorena in Los Angeles County. Two hundred thirty-six million dollars ($236,000,000). The lead applicant is the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(37) Los Angeles Mid-City Transit Improvements; build Bus Rapid Transit system or Light Rail Transit in Mid-City/Westside/Exposition Corridors in Los Angeles County. Two hundred fifty-six million dollars ($256,000,000). The lead applicant is the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(38) Los Angeles-San Fernando Valley Transit Extension; (A) build an East-West Bus Rapid Transit system in the Burbank-Chandler corridor, from North Hollywood to Warner Center. One hundred forty-five million dollars ($145,000,000). (B) Build a North-South corridor bus transit project that interfaces with the foregoing East-West Burbank-Chandler Corridor project and with the Ventura Boulevard Rapid Bus project. One hundred million dollars ($100,000,000). The lead applicant for both extension projects is the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(39) Route 405; add northbound HOV lane over Sepulveda Pass, Route 10 to Route 101 in Los Angeles County. Ninety million dollars ($90,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(40) Route 10; add HOV lanes on San Bernardino Freeway over Kellogg Hill, near Pomona, Route 605 to Route 57 in Los Angeles County. Ninety million dollars ($90,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(41) Route 5; add HOV lanes on Golden State Freeway through San Fernando Valley, Route 170 (Hollywood Freeway) to Route 14 (Antelope Valley Freeway) in Los Angeles County. Fifty million dollars ($50,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(42) Route 5; widen Santa Ana Freeway to 10 lanes (two HOV + two mixed flow), Orange County line to Route 710, with related major arterial improvements, in Los Angeles County. One hundred twenty-five million dollars ($125,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(43) Route 5; improve Carmenita Road Interchange in Norwalk in Los Angeles County. Seventy-one million dollars ($71,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(44) Route 47 (Terminal Island Freeway); construct interchange at Ocean Boulevard Overpass in the City of Long Beach in Los Angeles County. Eighteen million four hundred thousand dollars ($18,400,000). The lead applicant is the Port of Long Beach.

(45) Route 710; complete Gateway Corridor study, Los Angeles/Long Beach ports to Route 5 in Los Angeles County. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(46) Route 1; reconstruct intersection at Route 107 in Torrance in Los Angeles County. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(47) Route 101; California Street off-ramp in Ventura County. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the City of San Buenaventura.

(48) Route 101; corridor analysis and PSR to improve corridor from Route 170 (North Hollywood Freeway) to Route 23 in Thousand Oaks (Ventura County) in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. Three million dollars ($3,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(49) Hollywood Intermodal Transportation Center; intermodal facility at Highland Avenue and Hawthorn Avenue in the City of Los Angeles. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Los Angeles.

(50) Route 71; complete three miles of six-lane freeway through Pomona, from Route 10 to Route 60 in Los Angeles County. Thirty million dollars ($30,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(51) Route 101/405; add auxiliary lane and widen ramp through freeway interchange in Sherman Oaks in Los Angeles County. Twenty-one million dollars ($21,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(52) Route 405; add HOV and auxiliary lanes for one mile in West Los Angeles, from Waterford Avenue to Route 10 in Los Angeles County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

(53) Automated Signal Corridors (ATSAC); improve 479 automated signals in Victory/Ventura Corridor, and add 76 new automated signals in Sepulveda Boulevard and Route 118 Corridors in Los Angeles County. Sixteen million dollars ($16,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Los Angeles.

(54) Alameda Corridor East; build grade separations on Burlington Northern-Santa Fe and Union Pacific Railroad lines, downtown Los Angeles to Los Angeles County line in Los Angeles County. One hundred fifty million dollars ($150,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments.

(55) Alameda Corridor East; build grade separations on Burlington Northern-Santa Fe and Union Pacific Railroad lines, with rail-to-rail separation at Colton through San Bernardino County. Ninety-five million dollars ($95,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Bernardino Associated Governments.

(56) Metrolink; track and signal improvements on Metrolink; San Bernardino line in San Bernardino County. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the Southern California Regional Rail Authority.

(57) Route 215; add HOV lanes through downtown San Bernardino, Route 10 to Route 30 in San Bernardino County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission.

(58) Route 10; widen freeway to eight lanes through Redlands, Route 30 to Ford Street in San Bernardino County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission.

(59) Route 10; Live Oak Canyon Interchange, including, but not limited to, the 14th Street Bridge over Wilson Creek, in the City of Yucaipa in San Bernardino County. Eleven million dollars ($11,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission.

(60) Route 15; southbound truck climbing lane at two locations in San Bernardino County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission.

(61) Route 10; reconstruct Apache Trail Interchange east of Banning in Riverside County. Thirty million dollars ($30,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

(62) Route 91; add HOV lanes through downtown Riverside, Mary Street to Route 60/215 junction in Riverside County. Forty million dollars ($40,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

(63) Route 60; add seven miles of HOV lanes west of Riverside, Route 15 to Valley Way in Riverside County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

(64) Route 91; improve the Green River Interchange and add auxiliary lane and connector ramp east of the Green River Interchange to northbound Route 71 in Riverside County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

(70) Route 22; add HOV lanes on Garden Grove Freeway, Route I-405 to Route 55 in Orange County. Two hundred six million five hundred thousand dollars ($206,500,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Orange County Transportation Authority.

(73) Alameda Corridor East; (Orangethorpe Corridor) build grade separations on Burlington Northern-Santa Fe line, Los Angeles County line through Santa Ana Canyon in Orange County. Twenty-eight million dollars ($28,000,000). The lead applicant is the Orange County Transportation Authority.

(74) Pacific Surfliner; double track intercity rail line within San Diego County, add maintenance yard in San Diego County. Forty-seven million dollars ($47,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or North County Transit District.

(75) San Diego Transit Buses; acquire about 85 low-emission buses for San Diego transit service in San Diego County. Thirty million dollars ($30,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Diego Metropolitan Transit Development Board.

(76) Coaster Commuter Rail; acquire one new train set to expand commuter rail in San Diego County. Fourteen million dollars ($14,000,000). The lead applicant is North County Transit District.

(77) Route 94; complete environmental studies to add capacity to Route 94 corridor, downtown San Diego to Route 125 in Lemon Grove in San Diego County. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or San Diego Association of Governments.

(78) East Village access; improve access to light rail from new in-town East Village development in San Diego County. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Diego Metropolitan Transit Development Board.

(79) North County Light Rail; build new 20-mile light rail line from Oceanside to Escondido in San Diego County. Eighty million dollars ($80,000,000). The lead applicant is North County Transit District.

(80) Mid-Coast Light Rail; extend Old Town light rail line six miles to Balboa Avenue in San Diego County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Diego Metropolitan Transit Development Board.

(81) San Diego Ferry; acquire low-emission high-speed ferryboat for new off-coast service between San Diego and Oceanside in San Diego County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the Port of San Diego.

(82) Routes 5/805; reconstruct and widen freeway interchange, Genesee Avenue to Del Mar Heights Road in San Diego County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(83) Route 15; add high-tech managed lane on I-15 freeway north of San Diego (Stage 1) from Route 163 to Route 78 in San Diego County. Seventy million dollars ($70,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(84) Route 52; build four miles of new six-lane freeway to Santee, Mission Gorge to Route 67 in San Diego County. Forty-five million dollars ($45,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(85) Route 56; construct approximately five miles of new freeway alignment between I-5 and I-15 from Carmel Valley to Rancho Penasquitos in the City of San Diego in San Diego County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(86) Route 905; build new six-lane freeway on Otay Mesa, Route 805 to Mexico Port of Entry in San Diego County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(87) Routes 94/125; build two new freeway connector ramps at Route 94/125 in Lemon Grove in San Diego County. Sixty million dollars ($60,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(88) Route 5; realign freeway at Virginia Avenue, approaching San Ysidro Port of Entry to Mexico in San Diego County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Diego Association of Governments.

(89) Route 99; improve Shaw Avenue Interchange in northern Fresno in Fresno County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Council of Fresno County Governments.

(90) Route 99; widen freeway to six lanes, Kingsburg to Selma in Fresno County. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Council of Fresno County Governments.

(91) Route 180; build new expressway east of Clovis, Clovis Avenue to Temperance Avenue in Fresno County. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Council of Fresno County Governments.

(92) San Joaquin Corridor; improve track and signals along San Joaquin intercity rail line near Hanford in Kings County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(93) Route 180; complete environmental studies to extend Route 180 westward from Mendota to I-5 in Fresno County. Seven million dollars ($7,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Council of Fresno County Governments.

(94) Route 43; widen to four-lane expressway from Kings County line to Route 99 in Selma in Fresno County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Council of Fresno County Governments.

(95) Route 41; add auxiliary lane/operational improvements and improve ramps at Friant Road Interchange in Fresno in Fresno County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Council of Fresno County Governments.

(96) Friant Road; widen to four lanes from Copper Avenue to Road 206 in Fresno County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the County of Fresno.

(97) Operational improvements on Shaw Avenue, Chestnut Avenue, Willow Avenue, and Barstow Avenue near California State University at Fresno in Fresno County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the California State University at Fresno. Of the amount authorized under this paragraph, the sum of two million dollars ($2,000,000) shall be transferred to the California State University at Fresno for the purposes of funding preliminary plans, working drawings, or both of those, and related program management costs for the Fresno Events Center.

(98) Peach Avenue; widen to four-lane arterial and add pedestrian overcrossings for three schools in Fresno County. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Fresno.

(99) San Joaquin Corridor; improve track and signals along San Joaquin intercity rail line in seven counties. Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(100) San Joaquin Valley Emergency Clean Air Attainment Program; incentives for the reduction of emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines operating within the eight-county San Joaquin Valley region. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District.

(101) Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District bus fleet; acquisition of low-emission buses. Three million dollars ($3,000,000). The lead applicant is the Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District.

(102) Route 101 access; State Street smart corridor Advanced Traffic Corridor System (ATSC) technology in Santa Barbara County. One million three hundred thousand dollars ($1,300,000). The lead applicant is the City of Santa Barbara.

(103) Route 99; improve interchange at Seventh Standard Road, north of Bakersfield in Kern County. Eight million dollars ($8,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or Kern Council of Governments.

(104) Route 99; build seven miles of new six-lane freeway south of Merced, Buchanan Hollow Road to Healey Road in Merced County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Merced County Association of Governments.

(105) Route 99; build two miles of new six-lane freeway, Madera County line to Buchanan Hollow Road in Merced County. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Merced County Association of Governments.

(106) Campus Parkway; build new arterial in Merced County from Route 99 to Bellevue Road. Twenty-three million dollars ($23,000,000). The lead applicant is the County of Merced.

(107) Route 205; widen freeway to six lanes, Tracy to I-5 in San Joaquin County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Joaquin Council of Governments.

(108) Route 5; add northbound lane to freeway through Mossdale “Y”, Route 205 to Route 120 in San Joaquin County. Seven million dollars ($7,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the San Joaquin Council of Governments.

(109) Route 132; build four miles of new four-lane expressway in Modesto from Dakota Avenue to Route 99 and improve Route 99 Interchange in Stanislaus County. Twelve million dollars ($12,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Stanislaus Council of Governments.

(110) Route 132; build 3.5 miles of new four-lane expressway from Route 33 to the San Joaquin county line in Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Stanislaus Council of Governments.

(111) Route 198; build 10 miles of new four-lane expressway from Route 99 to Hanford in Kings and Tulare Counties. Fourteen million dollars ($14,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Kings County Association of Governments.

(112) Jersey Avenue; widen from 17th Street to 18th Street in Kings County. One million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000). The lead applicant is Kings County.

(113) Route 46; widen to four lanes for 33 miles from Route 5 to San Luis Obispo County line in Kern County. Thirty million dollars ($30,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Kern Council of Governments.

(114) Route 65; add four passing lanes, intersection improvement, and conduct environmental studies for ultimate widening to four lanes from Route 99 in Bakersfield to Tulare County line in Kern County. Twelve million dollars ($12,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Kern Council of Governments.

(115) South Line Light Rail; extend South Line three miles towards Elk Grove, from Meadowview Road to Calvine Road in Sacramento County. Seventy million dollars ($70,000,000). The lead applicant is the Sacramento Regional Transit District.

(116) Route 80 Light Rail Corridor; double-track Route 80 light rail line for express service in Sacramento County. Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000). The lead applicant is the Sacramento Regional Transit District.

(117) Folsom Light Rail; extend light rail tracks from 7th Street and K Street to the Amtrak Depot in downtown Sacramento, and extend Folsom light rail from Mather Field Station to downtown Folsom. Add a new vehicle storage and maintenance facility in the area between the Sunrise Boulevard and Hazel Avenue Stations in Sacramento County. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the Sacramento Regional Transit District.

(118) Sacramento Emergency Clean Air/Transportation Plan (SECAT); incentive for the reduction of emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines operating within the Sacramento region. Fifty million dollars ($50,000,000). The lead applicant is the Sacramento Area Council of Governments.

(119) Convert Sacramento Regional Transit bus fleet to low emission and provide Yolo bus service by the Yolo County Transportation District; acquire approximately 50 replacement low-emission buses for service in Sacramento and Yolo Counties. Nineteen million dollars ($19,000,000). The lead applicants are the Sacramento Regional Transit District, the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, and the Yolo County Transportation District.

(121) Metropolitan Bakersfield System Study; to reduce congestion in the City of Bakersfield. Three hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000). The lead applicant is the Kern Council of Governments.

(122) Route 65; widening project from 7th Standard Road to Route 190 in Porterville. Three million five hundred thousand dollars ($3,500,000). The lead applicant is the County of Tulare.

(123) Oceanside Transit Center; parking structure. One million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000). The lead applicant is the City of Oceanside.

(126) Route 50/Watt Avenue Interchange; widening of overcrossing and modifications to interchange. Seven million dollars ($7,000,000). The lead applicant is the County of Sacramento.

(127) Route 85/Route 87; interchange completion; addition of two direct connectors for southbound Route 85 to northbound Route 87 and southbound Route 87 to northbound Route 85. Three million five hundred thousand dollars ($3,500,000). The lead applicant is the City of San Jose.

(128) Airport Road; reconstruction and intersection improvement project. Three million dollars ($3,000,000). The lead applicant is the County of Shasta.

(129) Route 62; traffic and pedestrian safety and utility undergrounding project in right-of-way of Route 62. Three million two hundred thousand dollars ($3,200,000). The lead applicant is the Town of Yucca Valley.

(133) Feasibility studies for grade separation projects for Union Pacific Railroad at Elk Grove Boulevard and Bond Road. One hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000). The lead applicant is the City of Elk Grove.

(134) Route 50/Sunrise Boulevard; interchange modifications. Three million dollars ($3,000,000). The lead applicant is the County of Sacramento.

(135) Route 99/Sheldon Road; interchange project; reconstruction and expansion. Three million dollars ($3,000,000). The lead applicant is the County of Sacramento.

(138) Cross Valley Rail; upgrade track from Visalia to Huron. Four million dollars ($4,000,000). The lead applicant is the Cross Valley Rail Corridor Joint Powers Authority.

(139) Balboa Park BART Station; Phase I expansion. Six million dollars ($6,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District.

(140) City of Goshen; overpass for Route 99. One million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(141) Union City; pedestrian bridge over Union Pacific rail lines. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Union City.

(142) West Hollywood; repair, maintenance, and mitigation of Santa Monica Boulevard. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of West Hollywood.

(144) Seismic retrofit of the national landmark Golden Gate Bridge. Five million dollars ($5,000,000). The lead applicant is the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District.

(145) Construction of a new siding in Sun Valley between Sheldon Street and Sunland Boulevard. Six million five hundred thousand dollars ($6,500,000). The lead applicant is the Southern California Regional Rail Authority.

(146) Construction of Palm Drive Interchange. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the Coachella Valley Association of Governments.

(148) Route 98; widening of eight miles between Route 111 and Route 7 from two lanes to four lanes. Ten million dollars ($10,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(149) Purchase of low-emission buses for express service on Route 17. Three million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($3,750,000). The lead applicant is the Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District.

(150) Renovation or rehabilitation of Santa Cruz Metro Center. One million dollars ($1,000,000). The lead applicant is the Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District.

(151) Purchase of five alternative fuel buses for the Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System. One million one hundred thousand dollars ($1,100,000). The lead applicant is the Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System.

(152) Pasadena Blue Line transit-oriented mixed-use development. One million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000). The lead applicant is the City of South Pasadena.

(153) Pasadena Blue Line utility relocation. Five hundred fifty thousand dollars ($550,000). The lead applicant is the City of South Pasadena.

(154) Route 134/I-5 Interchange study. One hundred thousand dollars ($100,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(156) Seismic retrofit and core segment improvements for the Bay Area Rapid Transit system. Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). The lead applicant is the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District.

(157) Route 12; Congestion relief improvements from Route 29 to I-80 through Jamison Canyon. Seven million dollars ($7,000,000). The lead applicant is the department.

(158) Remodel the intersection of Olympic Boulevard, Mateo Street, and Porter Street and install a new traffic signal. Two million dollars ($2,000,000). The lead applicant is the City of Los Angeles.

(159) Route 101; redesign and construction of Steele Lane Interchange. Six million dollars ($6,000,000). The lead applicant is the department or the Sonoma County Transportation Authority.

(b) As used in this section, “route” is a state highway route as identified in Article 3 (commencing with Section 300) of Chapter 2 of Division 1 of the Streets and Highways Code.

(Amended by Stats. 2010, Ch. 491, Sec. 2. (SB 1318) Effective January 1, 2011.)

14556.41.
  

As of June 30, 2017, projects in Section 14556.40 for the Traffic Congestion Relief Program shall be deemed complete and final, and funding levels shall be based on actual amounts requested by the designated lead applicant pursuant to Section 14556.12. Projects without approved applications in accordance with Section 14556.12 shall no longer be eligible for program funding. Traffic Congestion Relief Program savings shall be transferred to other transportation accounts for the purposes specified in Section 16321.

(Added by Stats. 2017, Ch. 5, Sec. 8. (SB 1) Effective April 28, 2017.)

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