New Funds Headed To San Jose Infrastructure Project
SAN JOSE, CA — The California Transportation Commission on Friday announced more than $1 billion headed to support repair and improvement projects across the Golden State, including tens of millions to boost Caltrans efforts in the Bay Area.
In Santa Clara County, the CTC allocated $900,000 for a project to repair uneven road surface, replace approach slabs and repair pavement at the Hostetter and Capitol Avenue undercrossings. More than $30 million is earmarked to support other Bay Area projects in Alameda, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, and Sonoma counties.
Of the $1.1 billion allocated across the state, nearly half comes from the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, with $132 million sourced from Senate Bill 1 and $309 million from the state’s Local Transportation Climate Adaptation Program.
“California is making historic transportation investments and building a climate-resilient system to connect every community in a safe and reliable way,” said Caltrans Director Tony Tavares. “The funding will maintain and repair our roads while investing in public transit, bike and pedestrian pathways, and climate-adaptation projects.”
California has received more than $32 billion since Congress passed the “Bipartisan Infrastructure Law” in 2021, including $24 billion to support transportation projects.