2017 Regional ATP Augmentation Funding Award Recipients
Cycle 3 Augmentation

Funding Award Recipient

On October 19, 2017, the SACOG Board of Directors approved the following five projects to receive $5,119,000 from the Active Transportation Program. Additionally, two projects were approved to advance funding into fiscal years 2018 and 2019. The projects were adopted by the California Transportation Commission on December 6, 2017.

City of Elk Grove

Elk Grove Florin Road Sidewalk Infill

Awarded: $814,000

On Elk Grove Florin Rd. between E. Stockton Blvd. and Valley Oak Lane: construct infill sidewalk, install rectangular rapid flashing beacons at crosswalk, upgrade pedestrian facilities to ADA standards, and implement student walking and bicycling education.

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City of Rancho Cordova

Cordova Park Safe Routes to School Project

Awarded: $1,889,000

On Malaga Way, Ellenbrook Way, and Dolcetto Dr: construct infill sidewalk; along Coloma Rd: construct infill sidewalk, a bulb-out, Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons, crosswalks,
signage, pedestrian lighting, and shade trees.

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Safe Routes to School Plan

Awarded: $245,000

Develop a city-wide Safe Routes to School Plan.

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City of Sacramento

Meadowview Road Complete Street, Phase 2

Awarded: $1,618,000

On Meadowview Rd. between Coral Gables Ct. and Detroit Blvd: install buffered Class II bike lanes, separated sidewalks with planted zones, and raised medians with functional

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Sacramento County

Howe Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

Awarded: $400,000

On Howe Ave. between Cottage Way and El Camino Blvd: design 675 feet of Class I multi-use trail, 0.6 miles of Class II bike lanes, 850 lineal feet of sidewalk, and intersection modifications.

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City of Yuba City

Harter Parkway & Sutter Bike Path Gap Closure

Awarded: $153,000

On Harter Parkway from Butte House Rd. to Spirit Way: design Class IV separated bikeways north of Hwy 20 and Class II bike lanes south of Hwy 20; from Jefferson Ave to Harter Parkway: design a Class I multi-use path.

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Additionally, two previously funded projects were approved to advance funding into fiscal years 2017/18 and 2018/19.

City of Citrus Heights

Electric Greenway

Advancing $350,000 Augmentation Programming Revision

Mariposa Safe Routes to School Project, Phase IV

Advancing $449,000 Augmentation Programming Revision