2019 Regional ATP Funding Awards
Applications of awarded projects

Funding Award Recipient

The California Transportation Commission awarded $11,664,000 to Sacramento region projects and programs on May 22, 2019, directly reflecting the March 21 recommendation from the SACOG Board of Directors.

Yuba County

Cedar Lane Elementary SRTS Project

Recommended: $3,034,000

In West Linda along Cedar Lane from Alicia Boulevard to Garden Avenue; Alicia Avenue from Feather River Boulevard to Riverside Drive: design and construct curb, gutter, sidewalk, storm drain, and Class III bicycle routes; non-infrastructure component for bicycle and pedestrian education at Cedar Lane Elementary.

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City of Sacramento

Franklin Boulevard Complete Street Phase 2

REcomMended: $1,880,000

On Franklin Boulevard between 19th Avenue and 32nd Avenue: design a road diet (reduce travel lanes from four to two), add Class IV bikeways, sidewalk and crosswalk improvements, pedestrian lighting, landscaping, and shade trees (pre-construction only).

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Broadway Complete Streets Project – Phase II

Recommended: $3,661,000

On Broadway between 16th Street/Land Park Drive and 24th Street: design and construct a road diet (reduce from four lanes to three lanes) with bicycle facilities, pedestrian improvements, signal modifications and streetscape enhancements.

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City of Woodland

West Gibson Road SRTS Project

Awarded: $600,000

On West Gibson Road between West Street to County Road 98: design a road diet (reduce travel lanes from four to three) with buffered Class II bike lanes, ADA corner/crossings, transit, and traffic signal improvements (recommended for pre-construction only).

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Sacramento County

Fern Bacon Middle School SRTS Improvements

Recommended: $872,000

On Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from 41st Avenue to 48th Ave, Wesley Avenue from 48th Avenue to Cuny Avenue, and Cuny Avenue from Wesley Avenue to Bowling Drive: design and construct sidewalks, conflict zone markings in bike lanes, new crosswalks, curb paint, and signage.

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San Juan Unified School District

Three Steps to Safer Routes for Students

Recommended: $397,000

At 14 schools within San Juan Unified School District in/around Arden-Arcade and Citrus Heights: conduct education and encouragement activities targeted toward district students, as well as coordination, evaluation and assessment efforts.

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City of Citrus Heights

Auburn Boulevard Complete Streets – Phase 2

Recommended: $1,525,000

On Auburn Boulevard from Orlando Avenue (City of Roseville) to Oak Grove Avenue: construct Class II bike lanes, six-foot-plus buffered sidewalks, and other transit and active transportation enhancements.

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