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December 2014:

It's time for the final highway page update of 2014. I know they have been few and infrequent this year, but that's how it goes sometimes. Let's dig in:

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the "Observations Along The Road" and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I also reviewed the the AAroads forum, but as usual it contained no additional information beyond what I gleaned on my own. I've given up on misc.transport.road. This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail) from Russ Berckmoes(2), Michael Carrillo(3), Patrick Chandler(4)]: I-5(1,2), Route 12(1), Route 17(1), Route 29(1), Route 33(3), Route I-80(1), Route 84(1), Route 85(1), US 101(1), Route 103(1), I-110(4), Route I-215(1), Route 258(1), I-280(1), I-580(1), I-710/Route 710(1), I-880(1). I also added information on the origin of the County Route Marker program brought to my attention by the folks handling AAroads over of Facebook, which also updated Lassen County Route A1.

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. Noted passage of the following items:

I checked the CTC Liaison page for the results of the CTC meetings from September through December 2014. The following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages) :

2.2b. Submittal of Notice for Two Documents Available for Comment (DEIRs)

*** (Dec) Submittal of Notice for Two Documents Available for Comment (DEIRs): [Approved.]

  1. 04-SM-82, PM 13.69: Route 82 at Floribunda Avenue Intersection Safety Project: Construct safety improvements on Route 82 at Floribunda Avenue in San Mateo County.
  2. 07-LA-14, PM 57.8/64.1, 08-SBd-18, PM 84.3: High Desert Corridor Project: Construct a new 63 mile long transportation facility in Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties. [Although the CTC tagged this as 07-LA-14 and 08-SBD-18 (e.g., Route 14 and Route 18), the information on the HDC is currently with Route 138]

2.2c. Approval of Project for New Public Road Connection and Consideration of Funding

*** (Oct) (2) Approval of Project for New Public Road Connection and Consideration of Funding: 03 – Colusa County – Route 20 Connection Project – construction of a new public road connection to I-5 and Route 20 in the City of Williams. (MND) (STIP) (PPNO 1105) [Approved, as in the Pink Handout distributed at the meeting.]

*** (Dec) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: [Approved.]

  1. 04-CC-680, PM R11.2/16.6: I-680 Southbound HOV Gap Closure Project: Add a 5.4 mile long HOV lane to Interstate 680 in Contra Costa County.
  2. °04-Ala-580, PM R3.9/R4.2: I-580 Storm Damage Repair Project: Construct drainage improvements and repair storm damage on I-580 in Alameda County.
  3. °04-Ala-580, PM R4.9/R5.6: North Flynn Road Slipout Project: Storm damage repair and improvements on I-580 in Alameda County.
  4. °04-Ala-580, PM 0.0/8.0, 04-ALA-205, PM 0.0/1.0: I-580 Roadway Rehabilitation Project: Construct roadway improvements on I-580 in Alameda County.
  5. °04-Ala-580, PM 0.0/8.1, 22.0/30.3, 10-SJ-580, PM 13.5/15.4: Freeway Performance Initiative I-580 in Alameda and San Joaquin Counties: Install traffic control equipment on I-580 in Alameda and San Joaquin Counties.
  6. °04-Son-116, PM 13.7: Pocket Canyon Creek Retaining Wall Project: Repair and re-install retaining wall on Route 116 and repair roadway damage on Route 116 along Pocket Canyon Creek in Sonoma County.
  7. °05-SCr-17, PM 0.7/2.2: Santa Cruz 17 Sediment Control Project: Install erosion control devices on a portion of Route 17 in Santa Cruz County.
  8. 06-Tul-190, PM 4.0/5.0: Laird’s Corner Roundabout Project: Intersection improvements on Route 190 and Bliss Lane in Tulare County.
  9. 06-Mad-41, PM 11.7/13.6: Route 41 Passing Lanes Project: Construct passing lanes on a portion of Route 41 in Madera County.
  10. °09-Iny-395, PM 20.3/22.3: Haiwee Clear Recovery Zone Project: Roadway improvements (a recovery zone with widened shoulders and corrected roadside slope) on a portion of US 395 in Inyo County.
  11. 10-Mer-99, PM R28.8/R37.3: Livingston Median Widening Project: Construct additional lanes on a portion of Route 99 in Merced County.

*** (Dec) (2) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 05-SB-101, PM 1.4/12.3 South Coast US 101 HOV Lanes Project: Add HOV Lanes to a portion of US 101 in Santa Barbara County. (FEIR) (PPNO 7101) (STIP) [Approved, as modified.]

*** (Dec) (3) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 06-Fre-180, PM R74.1/R78.6: Kings Canyon Expressway Segment 3 Project: Widen and realign a portion of Route 180 in Fresno County. [Approved.]

*** °(Dec) (4) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 01-Men-1, PM 61.2/61.6: Main Street Merge Project: Construct roadway improvements on a portion of Route 1 in the city of Fort Bragg. This project in Mendocino County will relocate an existing merge lane and construct improvements to the sidewalks and intersections along Route 1 in Fort Bragg. [Approved.]

2.3a. Route Adoptions

*** (Dec) A Route Adoption as a State Highway at 08-Riv-111-PM R18.5/R19.4: Near Mecca from Route 86 to junction Route 111, in the county of Riverside. [Approved.]

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

*** (Oct) New Public Road Connection to Route 20 at Marguerite Street, in the city of Williams. 03-Col-20-PM R22.5 [Approved.]

2.3c. Relinquishments

*** (Oct) Three Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 04-Ala-880-PM 27.4/27.7: Right of way along Route 880 on Oakport Street, in the city of Oakland.
  2. 11-SD-76-PM R8.1: Right of way along Route 76 on Jeffries Ranch Road, in the city of Oceanside.
  3. 11-SD-76-PM 9.5/12.3: Right of way along Route 76 between East Vista Way and South Mission Road, in the county of San Diego.

*** (Dec) Seven Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 02-Plu-70-PM R78.2: Right of way along Route 70 at 0.6 miles west of Grizzly Road, in the county of Plumas.
  2. 03-Pla-49-PM 4.5/6.4: Right of way along Route 49 from Marguerite Mine Road to Bell Road, in the county of Placer.
  3. 03-Pla-49-PM 3.3/4.2: Right of way along Route 49 from Fulweiler Avenue to Persimmon Drive, in the city of Auburn.
  4. 06-Fre-180-PM 68.09: Right of way along Route 180 at Thompson Avenue, in the county of Fresno.
  5. 11-SD-125-PM L1.8: Right of way along Route 125 at Lonestar Road, in the city of San Diego.
  6. 11-SD-94-PM 16.4/16.8: Right of way on superseded Route 94 (Old Campo Road) between Miller Ranch Road and Fair Oaks Drive, in the county of San Diego.
  7. 11-Imp-78-PM R9.2/R12.6, 11-Imp-86-PM R23.2/R24.2: Right of way along Route 78 between existing Route 86 and New River, and along Route 86 between Fredericks Road and Gardner Road, in the county of Imperial.

2.3d. Vacation Resolutions

*** (Dec) One Vacation Resolution: 06-Fre-180-PM 71.13: Right of way along Route 180 (East Kings Canyon Road) between South Bethel Avenue and South Academy Avenue, in the county of Fresno. [Approved.]

2.5b. Financial Allocations for Federal Discretionary Grant Funds

*** (Oct) (2) Financial Allocation: $300,000 in Federal Truck Parking Grant funds for the State administered Route 76 East Roadway widening (PPNO 11-0760B) project, in San Diego County, on the State Highway System. [Approved.]

*** °(Dec) (1) Financial Allocation: $33,198,000 for 11 SHOPP projects, as follows: $28,853,000 for seven SHOPP projects; $4,345,000 for four project amended into the SHOPP by Departmental action. All of these were minor projects -- roadway rehabilitation, slope control, sign replacement, etc. [Approved.]

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

*** (Oct) (1) Financial Allocation: $5,220,000 for three State administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System. Contributions from other sources: $20,000,000. The main project of interest to the highway pages are some passing lanes being added to Route 246 near Lompoc. [Approved, as in the Yellow Replacement Item, distributed at the meeting.]

*** (Oct) (2) Financial Allocation: $3,500,000 for the locally administered Route 20 at Marguerite Street (PPNO 1105) STIP project, in Colusa County, on the State Highway System. [Approved.]

*** (Dec) (1a) Financial Allocation: $79,507,000 for the State administered Route 15 Widening Phase 2 STIP project, on the State Highway System. Contributions from other sources: $3,637,000 [Approved.]

2.5e. Financial Allocations for Supplemental Funds

*** (Oct) (1) Financial Allocation: $620,000 in supplemental funds for the previously voted SHOPP Operational Improvements (PPNO 3343) project in Los Angeles County to close-out the construction contract. The current SHOPP allocation is $25,430,000. This request for $620,000 results in an increase of 2.4 percent over the current allocation. [Approved.]

*** (Oct) (2) Financial Allocation: $3,000,000 in supplemental funds for the previously voted SHOPP Operational Improvements (PPNO 3348) project in Los Angeles County to complete the construction contract. The current SHOPP allocation is $19,249,800. This request for $3,000,000 results in an increase of 15.6 percent over the current allocation. [Approved.]

*** (Dec) (1) Financial Allocation: $64,700,000 in supplemental STIP funds for the Willits Bypass project (PPNO 0125F), in Mendocino County on US 101. The original allocation was $135,511,000 This request for $64,700,000 in STIP funds results in an increase of 49 percent over the award allotment of $131,125,000. [Approved, as modified.]

September 2014:

When I was in college, I used to use the Labor Day weekend to do big programming projects. This year... its updating the highway pages. Life gets busy as you get older, especially when you have other hobbies (such as theatre and theatre reviews) getting in the way.

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the "Observations Along The Road" and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I didn't review the the AAroads forum this time — it hasn't been bringing much useful information, and a third of the year would be a lot of posts to review. I've given up on misc.transport.road. This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail) from Mike Sinclair(2)]: I-5(1), I-10(1), Route 12(1), Route 60(1), I-80(1), US 101(1), Route I-680(1,2), I-710(1).

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. Noted passage of the following items:

I checked the CTC Liaison page for the results of the CTC meetings from June and August 2014. The following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages) :

2.1a. STIP Amendments

*** (Jun) (1)The Department proposes to program $2,636,000 of Federal SAFETEA-LU Border Infrastructure Program (BIP) funds for the construction phase on the Route 905/Route 125 Northbound Connectors project (PPNO 1101) in San Diego County. [Approved.]

*** (Aug) (1)The Department and the Alameda County Transportation Commission propose to amend TCRP Project 4.0 (Route 680; add northbound and southbound HOV lanes over Sunol Grade, Milipitas to Route 84 in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties) to revise the project funding plan and re-allocate previously allocated funds. [Approved, as modified.]

*** (Aug) (2)The Department and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority propose to amend TCRP Project 22 ( Route 101; environmental study for the reconstruction of Doyle Drive, from Lombard Street/Richardson Avenue to Route 1 Interchange in the City and County of San Francisco) to revise the project funding plan and re-allocate previously allocated funds. [Approved.]

2.2b. Submittal of Notice of Availability for Comments

*** (Jun) 06-Ker-58, PM T31.7/R55.6, 06-Ker-99, PM 21.2/26.2 Centennial Corridor Project: Construct a new alignment for a portion of Route 58 and construct improvements to an existing portion of Route 99 in Kern County [Approved.]

2.2c. Environmental Matters — Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding, Route Adoption or New Public Road

*** (Jun) (2) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding:

  1. 03-Pla-80, PM 35.1/38.3 I-80 Three Mile Truck Climbing Lane Project. Construct a three mile long truck climbing lane on Interstate 80 in Placer County [Approved.]
  2. 08-SBd-40, PM R93.1/R94.2 Hoff Wash Bridge Replacement Project: Replace existing bridge on I-40 in San Bernardino County [Approved.]
  3. 08-SBd-40, PM R94.7/R99.7 Haller Wash Bridges, Rojo Wash Bridges, and Clipper Valley Wash Bridges Replacement Project: Replace existing bridges on I-40 in San Bernardino County [Approved.]
  4. 08-SBd-40-R105.2/R106.5 Watson Bridge Replacement Project: Replace existing bridge on I-40 in San Bernardino County.[Approved.]

*** (Jun) (5) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 05 – Monterey County – Sanborn Road/US 101 Project– construction of various improvements at the Sanborn Road/US class="CTC-Results">[Approved.]

*** (Aug) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding [Note: Most of these are minor repair or rehabilitation projects, with the exception of those marked with †]:

  1. 01-Hum-36, PM 22.8/27.7 Larbee 3 Slip Repair Project Reconstruct a portion of Route 36 in Humboldt County.
  2. 03-Sut-20, PM 16.52 Route 20 at Plumas Street Traffic Signals and ADA Improvements Project Roadway improvements on Route 20 at Plumas Street in Sutter County.
  3. 04-Nap-128, PM 17.94 Route 128 Roadway Retaining System Project Construct retaining wall on Route 128 in Napa County.
  4. 04-Nap-128, PM 20.2 Capell Creek Slope Indicators and Drainage Project Install drainage improvements and slope slippage monitoring equipment on a portion of Route 168 in Napa County.
  5. 04-Son-128, PM 2.36 & 2.6 Route 128 Storm Damage Repair Project Repair storm damaged portions of Route 128 in Sonoma County.
  6. 05-Mon-1, PM 28.0/28.6 Cow Cliffs Viaduct Permanent Restoration Project Construct erosion control on Route 1 in Monterey County.
  7. † 05-SB-246, PM 11.8/R20.9 Route 246 Passing Lanes Project Construct passing lanes on a portion Route 246 in Santa Barbara County.
  8. † 06-Fre-168, PM 30.2 Auberry Road Intersection Improvement Project Construct roadway improvements on Route 168 at Auberry Road in Fresno County.
  9. † 12-Ora-5, PM 12.4/18.9 I-5 Widening Project Construct additional lanes on a portion of I-5 in Orange County.

2.3a. Route Adoptions

*** (Aug) Rescission of Freeway Adoption for unconstructed Route 12 from Farmers Lane to near Melita Road, in the county of Sonoma 04-Son-12 PM T17.6/21.6 [Approved.]

2.3c. Relinquishment Resolutions

*** (Jun) Two Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 10-Tuo-108-PM T4.5/5.7 Right of way on superseded Route 108 (Mono Way) and along realigned Route 108 (East Sonora Bypass) between Peaceful Oaks Road and Via Este Road, in the county of Tuolumne.
  2. 12-Ora-5-PM 39.1/39.6, Right of way along Route 5 on Euclid Street, Loara Street, and Wilshire Avenue, in the city of Anaheim.

*** (Aug) Two Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 05-SLO-101-PM 25.9 Right of way along Route 101 at Los Osos Valley Road, in the city of San Luis Obispo.
  2. 06-Tul-63-PM 6.51/7.51 Right of way along Route 63 (Mooney Boulevard) on Whitendale, Walnut and Tulare Avenues, in the city of Visalia.

2.3d. Vacation Resolutions

*** (Aug) One Vacation Resolution:10-Ama-49-PM R10.8 Right of way along Route 49 near junction with Main Street, in the county of Amador. [Approved.]

2.5b. Financial Allocations for SHOPP Projects

*** (Jun) (1) Financial Allocation:$144,531,000 for 21 SHOPP projects, as follows: $66,170,000 for 11 SHOPP projects; $78,361,000 for 10 projects amended into the SHOPP by Departmental action. Most of these projects were repair, rehabilitation, or seismic reconstruction (which, in general, do not affect the specific route pages). The projects included $1.9M for seismic retrofit near Oroville on Route 70, $1.6M for retaining walls on I-580 near Castro Valley, $4.2M for wall reconstruction on Route 24 near Lafayette, $19.2M for roadway rehabilitation on I-680 from I-780 to I-80, $1.6M for seismic retrofit on I-280 in San Bruno, $5M for pavement improvements on US 101 near Greenfield, $1.8M for damage repair on Route 9 near Boulder Creek, $2.4M for bridge replacement on Route 74 near Hurkey Creek Bridge, $624K for pedestrian curb ramps on Route 4, I-5, and Route 26 in San Joaquin County, $11.3M for pavement rehabilitation on Route 7 near Calexico, $16.4M for pavement rehabilitation on Route 67 near El Cajon and Santee. It also included $2.8M for lighting improvements at various chain control locations in Plumas County, $4.9M for pavement rehabilitation on Route 267 near Truckee, $5.9M for bridge rehabilitation on I-5, I-80, and I-505 in Yolo County, $1.2M for new curb ramps in San Mateo County, $508K for pavement repair on Route 1 in Monterey, $47M to replaced damaged slabs on I-10 from the LA/SBD county line to Route 38, $311K for rumble strips on Route 18, $1.2M for signals and street widening near Route 60 in Jurupa Valley, $9.6M for pavement rehabilitation on Route 60 near Chino and Ontario, and $4.6M for pavement rehabilitation on Route 905 near San Diego. [Approved.]

*** (Aug) (1) Financial Allocation: $539,102,000 for 77 SHOPP projects, programmed in FY 2013-14, as follows: $300,039,000 for 39 38 SHOPP projects.; $239.063,000 $232,029,000 for 39 38 projects amended into the SHOPP by Departmental action. As in June, these were all projects that did not change routing and were mostly repair, rehabilitation, minor improvements, or widening. [Approved.]

2.5c. Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

*** (Jun) (1a) Financial Allocation: $137,487,000 for the State administered STIP Hinkley Widening 4-Lane project (PPNO 0217F) on Route 58, in San Bernardino County, on the State Highway System [Approved.]

*** (Aug) (2) Financial Allocation: $34,703,000 for four locally administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System. Contributions from others sources: $13,479,000. The main projects of interest were $33.310M for the Jefferson Street Interchange on I-10 in Indio, and $528K for an auxiliary lane on I-405 from University to Route 133. [Approved, as modified.]

May 2014:

It's been far too long since the last update. There's really no excuse, other than the lack of time and lack of urgency. Weekends have been filled with other interests and chores, making it difficult to find a day or two to sit down in front of a screen all day to do the updates. These updates were started while on vacation -- what else should I do while I sit in the hotel room while the wife sleeps in the morning? In some ways, it's a throwback to college days, where I would always do programming projects while sitting in the hotel room at the beach in Maui. But then work interfered... and so I'm finishing them over Memorial Day weekend. So let's get to it.

I started the year with the usual change page changover. I've gone back to having each year's change page having just a link to the current year and all past years. This is much easier than editing each year at the start of a new year to update the change list.

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the "Observations Along The Road" and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I didn't review the the AAroads forum this time — it hasn't been bringing much useful information, and a third of the year would be a lot of posts to review. I've given up on misc.transport.road. This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail) from Frank Romano(2), Tom Jones(3)]: Route 1(1), I-5(1), Route 12(1), Route 29(1), Route 39(2), Route G10(3).

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. Noted passage of the following items:

I checked the CTC Liaison page for the results of the CTC meetings through May 2014. The following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages) :

2.2a. Submittal of Notice of Preparation for Comments

***(May) 04-Ala-84, PM 13.3/13.4 Alameda Creek Bridge Replacement Project Replace existing bridge on Route 84 in Alameda County. (PPNO 0084B) (NOP)

2.2b. Submittal of Notice of Availability for Comments

***(Mar) 08- Riverside County Mid County Parkway Project- Construction of a divided highway between I-215 and Route 79 between the cities of Perris and San Jacinto in Riverside County. (See Route 74) (RDEIR/RDEIS) [Approved.]

***(May) 03- Sacramento County Rancho Cordova Parkway Interchange Project- construction of a new interchange on US 50 and new roadway in the City of Rancho Cordova and Sacramento County (EA03-1E2700) (DEIR) [Approved.]

2.2c. Environmental Matters — Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding, Route Adoption or New Public Road

***(Jan) (1) Three projects: [Approved.]

  1. 01-Hum-299, PM 19.3/19.8 Acorn Curve Improvement Project Roadway improvements on a portion of Route 299 in Humboldt County.
  2. 04-SM-101, PM 1.60/2.20 US 101/Willow Road Interchange Reconstruction Project Improvements to an existing interchange on US 101 in San Mateo County.
  3. 06-Tul-99, PM 31.2/32.5 State Route 99/Cartmill Avenue Interchange Project Improvements to an existing interchange on SR 99 in Tulare County.

***(Mar) (2) Three projects: [Approved.]

  1. 01-Men-1, PM 2.34/2.53 Big Gulch Permanent Restoration Project Repair storm damage and make roadway improvements on a portion of Route 1 in Mendocino County. (ND) (PPNO 4513) (SHOPP)
  2. 05-SB-101, PM 45.6/46.4 Gaviota Curve Realignment Project Roadway improvements to a portion of US 101 in Santa Barbara County. (MND) (PPNO 2292) (SHOPP)
  3. 12-Ora-74, PM 2.93/5.06 Route 74 Shoulder Widening Project Roadway improvements to a portion of Route 74 in Orange County. (MND) (PPNO 4124) (SHOPP)

***(Mar) (3) 04-SM-1, PM 41.7/43.0 Route 1/Calera Parkway/Route 1 Widening Project Widen a portion of Route 1 from four lanes to six lanes near Pacifica in San Mateo County. (FEIR) (PPNO 0632C) (STIP) [Approved, as modified.]

***(Mar) (4) 07-LA-60, PM R23.3/R26.5; 07-LA-57, PM R4.3/R4.5 & 4.5/R4.8 Route 57/Route 60 Confluence at Grand Avenue Project Improvements to an existing interchange on Route 60 and Route 57 at Grand Avenue in Los Angeles County. (FEIR) (EA 27910) (Local/Federal) [Approved, as modified.]

***(Mar) (5) 11-SD-5, PM R28.4/R55.4 I-5 North Coast Corridor Project Roadway improvements to a portion of I-5 in San Diego County. (FEIR) (PPNO 0615) (STIP) [Approved.]

***(May) (5) Four projects: [XXX]

  1. 04-Son-116, PM 39.77/39.85 Highway 116 Slope Stabilization Project Repair embankment and make roadway improvements on a portion of Route 116 in Sonoma County. (MND) (PPNO 0819Q) (SHOPP)
  2. 06-Ker-99/178, PM R26.7/R1.9 Kern County Bridges Seismic Restoration Project Seismic improvements to four bridges on Route 99 and Route 178 in Kern County. (ND) (PPNO 6605) (SHOPP)
  3. 08-SBd-215, PM 0.58/1.66 I-215/Barton Road Interchange Improvement Project Roadway improvements to an existing interchange on I-215 and Barton Road in San Bernardino County. (ND) (PPNO 0243K) (STIP)
  4. 11-Imp-98, PM 30.0/32.6 SR 98 Roadway Widening Project Roadway improvements including additional lanes on a portion of SR 98 in Imperial County. (MND) (PPNO 0549A) ( Federal BIP)

***(May) (6) 10-Mpa-140, PM 42.0/42.7 Ferguson Slide Permanent Restoration Project Restore full highway access on Route 140 damaged by the Ferguson rockslide in Mariposa County (FEIR) (PPNO 0280) (SHOPP) [XXX]

2.3a. Route Adoptions

***(Mar) 05-SBt-25-PM R49.8/R52.4 Route 25 from Sunnyslope Road to 0.1 mile west of San Felipe Road, in the county of San Benito. [Approved.]

***(May) 04-Son-12 PM T17.6/21.6 Notice of Intention to Consider Rescinding Freeway Adoption in the county of Sonoma on Route 12. [XXX]

2.3c. Relinquishment Resolutions

*** (Jan) Five relinquishment resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 05-SBt-25-PM 49.9/52.2 Right of way on Route 25 on Tres Pinos Road, San Benito Street, and San Felipe Road, in the city of Hollister.
  2. 11-SD-15-PM R45.9 Right of way along Route 15 on Dulin Road, in the county of San Diego.
  3. 11-SD-805-PM 21.5 Right of way along Route 805 on Balboa Avenue, in the city of San Diego.
  4. 12-Ora-91-PM R18.15/R18.86 Right of way along Route 91 from the Orange/Riverside County line to 0.7 miles westerly thereof, in the county of Orange.
  5. 04-Mrn-101-PM 11.6/11.9 Right of way along Route 101 on Myrtle Avenue, Grand Avenue, and Linden Lane, in the city of San Rafael. Resolution R-3897

*** (Mar) Three relinquishment resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 03-ED-50-PM 16.5/18.5, Right of way along Route 50 between Ray Lawyer Drive and Mosquito Road, in the city of Placerville.
  2. 06-Kin-198-PM R16.9, Right of way along Route 198 at 12th Avenue and Hayden Avenue, in the city of Hanford.
  3. 06-Tul-198-PM 0.00/R3.27, Right of way along Route 198 from the Kings and Tulare County line to State Route 99, in the county of Tulare.

*** (May) Five relinquishment resolutions: [XXX]

  1. 03-Pla-65-PM 12.1/15.0, Right of way on Route 65 (Lincoln Boulevard) between realigned Route 65 and the northerly city limits, in the city of Lincoln.
  2. 03-Pla-65-PM 15.0/22.4, Right of way on and along Route 65 (Lincoln Boulevard) between the city of Lincoln limits and realigned Route 65, in the county of Placer.
  3. 04-Ala-880-PM R32.1/R34.5 Right of way along Route 880 between Market Street and West Grand Avenue, in the city of Oakland.
  4. 04-Ala-880S-PM 0.5 Right of way along Route 880S on Maritime Street, in the city of Oakland.
  5. 06-Tul-63-PM 3.01 Right of way along Route 63 on Avenue 256 (Oakdale Avenue), in the county of Tulare.

2.3d. Vacation Resolutions

*** (Mar) Three vacation resolutions: [Approved.]

  1. 04-Ala-238-PM 15.4, Right of way along Route 238 at Westerman Court, in the county of Alameda.
  2. 06-Tul-198-PM 0.00/3.02, Right of way along Route 198 from the Kings and Tulare County line to State Route 99, in the county of Tulare.
  3. 10-SJ-4-PM 5.5/6.9, Right of way along Route 4 between 1 mile east and 0.5 mile west of Tracy Boulevard, in the county of San Joaquin.

*** (May) One vacation resolution:

  1. 06-Ker-99-PM 54.56 Right of way along Route 99 at Wollomes Avenue, in the city of Delano.

2.5b. Financial Allocations for SHOPP Projects

*** (Jan) (1) Financial Allocation: $72,256,000 for 13 SHOPP projects, programmed, as follows: (1) $27,874,000 for five SHOPP projects. (2) $44,382,000 for eight projects amended into the SHOPP by Departmental action. Contribution of $5,500,000 in Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) Funds. None of these projects were of particular interest: they involve updating pavement, replacing median barriers and bridge railings, adding rumble strips, and other non-major construction. Routes affected included Route 271 (Mendocino), Route 89 (El Dorado), Route 280 (San Francisco), Route 99 (Tulare), Route 12 (San Joaquin), Route 5 (Shasta), Route 101 (Santa Barbara), Route 99 (Kern), Route 138 (Los Angeles), Route 118 (Ventura), Route 15 (San Diego).[Approved.]

*** (Mar) (1) Financial Allocation: $198,787,000 for 29 SHOPP projects, programmed, as follows: (1) $54,091,000 for 16 SHOPP projects. (2) $144,696,000 for 13 projects amended into the SHOPP by Departmental action. None of these actions were major new construction. Actions included pavement rehabiltation, new pavement, pavement reconstruction, drainage, bridge joints, and other small but significant projects. Routes affected included: Route 1 (Mendocino, repair), US 101 (Humboldt, excavate contaminated soil), US 395 (Lassen, rehabilitate pavement), Route 20 (Colusa, rock slope), US 101 (San Luis Obispo, overlay pavement), Route 110 (Los Angeles, joint seals), Route 38 (San Bernardino, rehabilitate bridge deck), Route 138 (San Bernardino, replace bridge), I-5 (Merced, reinforce bridge), Route 120 (Stanislaus, repair pavement failure), Route 108 (Tuolumne, rock slope protection), I-805 (San Diego, erosion repair), I-5 (Orange, erosion repair), Route 70 (Plumas, rock slope protection), Route 96 (Siskiyou, cable mesh drapery), Route 24 (Alameda, security enhancement), US 101 (Santa Barbara, high friction surface treatment), Route 46 (San Luis Opispo, overlay pavement), I-5 (Los Angeles, replace cracked slabs), I-10 (Los Angeles, replace cracked slabs), I-405 (Los Angeles, overlay pavement), I-605 (Los Angeles, extend pavement service life), Route 12 (San Joaquin, repair bridge).[Approved.]

2.5c. Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

*** (Jan) (1a) Financial Allocation: $16,699,000 for the State administered STIP Dogwood Road Interchange project (PPNO 0523) on Route 8 in Imperial County, on the State Highway System. [Approved.]

*** (Jan) (1b) Financial Allocation: $3,712,000 for three State administered STIP projects on the State Highway System. These were mostly asthetic improvements to vista points, bridges, landscaping, and signage on Route 168 (Fresno), Route 99 (Madera), and Route 14 (Los Angeles). [Approved, as modified.]

*** (Mar) (1b) Financial Allocation: $59,151,000 for the State administered STIP Route 138 Widening (Segment 1) project (PPNO 0239D), on the State Highway System, in San Bernardino County. [Approved, as modified.]

*** (Mar) (1c) Financial Allocation: $800,000 for the State administered Border Infrastructure Program Route 905/Route 125 Northbound Connectors project (PPNO 1101), on the State Highway System, in San Diego County. Contributions from other sources: $2,000,000. [Approved.]

*** (May) (1b) Financial Allocation: $1,804,000 for the State administered Border Infrastructure Program; Route 98 Widening (West of Route 111) Phase 1 Project (PPNO 0549A); in Imperial County on the State Highway System. [XXX]

2.5g. Financial Allocations for Prop 1B RTE 99 Projects

*** (Jan) (2) Financial Allocation: $7,000,000 for the locally administered Cartmill Avenue Interchange Route 99 project (PPNO 6410), in Tulare County, on the State Highway System. Contributions from other sources: $21,181,000.  [Approved.]

FREQUENTLY USED TERMS IN CTC MINUTES: California Transportation Commission (Commission or CTC), California Department of Transportation (Department or Caltrans), Regional Improvement Program (RIP), Interregional Improvement Program (IIP), State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP), Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP), Public Transportation Account (PTA), Clean Air and Transportation Improvement Act of 1990 (Proposition 116), High Speed Passenger Train Bond Program (Proposition 1A), Highway Safety, Traffic Re-duction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 1B), Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA), State Route 99 Bond Program (RTE or SR 99), Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account (LBSRA), Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF), Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account (HRCSA), State-Local Partnership Program (SLPP), Traffic Light Synchronization Program (TLSP), Letter of No Prejudice (LONP), Environmental Phase (PA&ED), Design Phase (PS&E), Right of Way (R/W), Fiscal Year (FY)

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