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    Transit Measures 2016 ($190 billion passed)
Los Angeles County, Measure M — $120 billion pass raising sales tax by one-half cent and extending a previous sales tax increase to fund transit operations and expansion, road repair, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, and more. Measure M will generate $120 billion in funding over 40 years. Major projects include digging a north-south Sepulveda Pass rail tunnel, extending the Crenshaw rail line into West Hollywood, an LAX airport line, an accelerated Purple Line extension, more bus rapid transit, and $2.4 billion in bike and pedestrian infrastructure.
Seattle and Tacoma -- King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, Proposition 1 — $54 billion pass Sound Transit is the regional transit authority that operates Seattle and Tacoma’s light-rail systems along with the Sounder commuter rail and express buses throughout the region. Funded by a $54 billion package of increased sales, property and motor vehicle excise taxes, Sound Transit 3, the third phase of Sound Transit’s operations expansion, will add 116 miles of light rail including a second line in Seattle and a “spine” of rail from Everett to the north and Tacoma to the south. It will also increase commuter rail frequency, express bus service and create new bus rapid transit lines.
San Diego County, Measure A — $18.2 billion fail 57% requires a two-thirds majority to pass. As was the case in many California cities and counties, San Diego County voters were asked to raise sales taxes by one-half cent to fund transportation. The measure would have generated a little more than $18 billion over 40 years to pay for road and bridge repair, road expansion, transit, bike and pedestrian infrastructure, and more. About $7.5 billion of the package would have paid for transit including a new trolley line, increased frequency on existing lines and increased bus rapid transit. It is perhaps unsurprising the measure looks like it will fail, given the organized opposition from labor, environmental and active transportation groups as well as the San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego’s mayor and other politicians.
Columbus, Ohio, Issue 60 — $6.2 billion pass The Central Ohio Transportation Authority (COTA) asked voters in Columbus and surrounding Franklin County to renew a .25 percent sales tax set to expire in March 2017. The sales tax currently provides about half of COTA’s local funding. Its passage will provide an additional $6.5 billion over 10 years, which will fund service expansion.
Greater Detroit, Regional Transit Authority Property Tax — $4.6 billion fail Voters in Detroit and surrounding counties were asked to fund the Regional Transit Authority’s Master Plan with a $1.20 tax for every $1,000 of assessed property value. It is expected to raise $3 billion in local funding and an additional $1.6 billion in state and federal funds to pay for commuter rail between Ann Arbor and Detroit, new bus rapid transit lines in Detroit and expanded express bus service.
Sacramento County, California, Measure B — $3.6 billion fail a one-half cent sales tax increase (annually, sales taxes currently provide about $4 billion in transportation funding statewide versus $2.3 billion from the state gas tax). Measure B would have provided an estimated $3.6 billion over 30 years for Green Line light-rail expansion to the airport and new bus rapid transit. About 70 percent of the funding was earmarked for highways and other road projects. It fell just short of the two-thirds majority it needed to pass.
Ventura County, California, Measure AA — $3.3 billion fail 58% raise sales tax one-half cent for 30 years to generate approximately $3.3 billion for the Ventura County Transportation Commission’s long-range plan. It was fundamentally a road-spending package, with 70 percent of funds earmarked for local roads and freeways. About 12 percent of the funds would have been used for bus and rail improvements, with bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure getting 3 percent. Votes were about 9 percent short of the two-thirds majority it needed to pass.
Atlanta, MARTA Sales Tax — $2.5 billion pass one-half cent sales tax increase. It is expected to raise $2.5 billion over 40 years. Those funds will pay for a new light-rail line in southeast Atlanta, a transit station at Greenbriar Mall, and increased bus service and more.
     

source           statewide measures 2016

 

$22 BILLION on BAY AREA TRANSPORTATION

$3.5 billion bond -- Measure RR   BART is counting on voters in Contra Costa, Alameda and San Francisco counties  to upgrade its 1970s-era infrastructure and make critical repairs. 
1/2% transportation sales tax generating $6.5 billion
MEASURE B
 

pass likely

Santa Clara County --
  • 24% BART connect Berryessa station to downtown San Jose with Caltrain connections at the San Jose Diridon and Santa Clara stations;
  • 8%  improve bicycle and pedestrian pathways throughout the county;
  • 5% increase Caltrain service to Morgan Hill and Gilroy, improve Caltrain stations;
  • 11% reduce traffic congestion and improve safety with grade separations along the Caltrain corridor in Sunnyvale, Mountain View, and Palo Alto; 
  • provide competitive grants for highway improvements;
  • maintain and repair local streets and roads;
  • improve the SR 85 corridor; and
  • support bus operations.
30-year, $950 million affordable housing bond Measure A   Santa Clara County --
support extremely low-income housing, very low-income housing, housing assistance for moderate income home buyers and assistance for moderate income first-time home buyers.  so VOTE NO
1/2% transportation sales tax generating $3.5 billion
Measure X (
from 8.75% to 9.75%, with the exception of El Cerrito, which, at 10.25%, would be higher than any current sales tax in California.)
  Contra Costa County --
  • 27% more BART cars;
  • expanding transit in East county;
  • supporting high-capacity transit along Interstate 80;
  • improved ferry service;
  • improvements to Interstate 680 and State Route 24, Vasco Road and/or Byron Highway, State Route 242, and State Route 4;
  •  interchange improvements at I-680 and SR 4;
  • local street and road maintenance;
  • providing safe routes for children and seniors;
  • investments in innovative technology;
  • 22% bicycle and pedestrian pathways; and “complete streets” projects so VOTE NO
$1.6 billion Sales Tax (20-year extension) Measure K   County of San Mateo -- affordable housing and transit services listed as priorities
$2.5 billion over 25 years  Charter Amendment Measure J pass San Francisco -- Transportation Investment Fund fund Muni, BART and Caltrain
$1.2 billion over 25 years  Charter Amendment Measure J pass San Francisco -- a Homeless Housing and Services Fund 
3/4% Sales Tax (making it 9.5%) measure K pass official city policy to construct or rehabilitate 30,000 new housing units by 2020, with at least one-third of those permanently affordable to low- and moderate-income households, and half within reach of middle-class San Franciscans. Is misguided because San Francisco has already reached its population capacity
so VOTE NO
$600 million parcel tax extension
MEASURE C1
  AC Transit, -- All on operations and maintenance
$580 million Bond Measure A1   Alameda County a 25-year bond, aimed at reducing displacement and providing affordable rental units for low-income residents, seniors and veterans, and supportive housing for the homeless.
$600 million general obligation bond Measure KK   Oakland -- more than half of which would be devoted to local street and road repairs
a dozen other MEASURES    
   

SANTA CLARA's $50 BILLION, HALF CENT SALES TAX, WISH LIST
or
ENVISION SILICON VALLEY PRELIMINARY PROJECT LISTS

 
$ MILLIONS   WISH LIST    
$30,114.7   TRANSIT   To Santa Clara:- Before blowing over $7 billion on LIGHT RAIL, and $4.7 billion on SVRT.
Write your own SALES TAX MEASURE without the projects that will make little difference to TRAFFIC CONGESTION !

 (a TOTAL of $50 BILLION! from ½% Sales Tax plus matching).

 

With the $30 billion to be spent on TRANSIT you can cover all 610,000 households in Santa Clara with solar panels and buy an electric car for everyone too ! -- and make a far bigger impact on emissions.

 

Top priorities?

  • BART through downtown San Jose
  • Pavement repairs throughout county
  • Express lanes on Highways 85, 101 and 237
  • Caltrain crossing at Charleston Road;
  • more service from Gilroy to Palo Alto
  • Highway 87 improvements at Narvaez Avenue
  • Highway 101 improvements at Charleston, Embarcadero and San Antonio roads
  • Highway 101 improvements at Old Oakland Road, Taylor Street, Hellyer Avenue and Blossom Hill Road
  • Highway 101 second exit lane to south Highway 87
  • Highway 237 interchange upgrade at Highway 85
  • Interstate 280: Second exit lane to Foothill Expressway, interchange improvements at Wolfe Road and Saratoga Avenue
  • Interstate 680: Interchange improvements from Alameda County to Highway 101
  • Lawrence Expressway: Widening and overpasses.
  • Montague Expressway: Grade separations between Great Mall Parkway and Trade Zone Boulevard
$9,226.8   LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS
$5,686.7   HIGHWAYS
 $2,233.2   EXPRESSWAYS
$2,549.8   PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE
$638.1     SYSTEMS OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT
$50,449.3     TOTAL

 

Projects that are highlighted are duplicates, will consolidate in consultation with Project Sponsors.

 

HIGHWAYS

NO.

Highway ID

ROUTE

PROJECT TITLE AND DESCRIPTION

COST ($M)

in 2017

H1

E017-01

SR 17

SR 17 Express Lanes: (I-280 to SR 85).

$ 32.4

H2

E085-01

SR 85

SR 85 Express Lanes: US 101 (South San Jose) to Mountain View

$ 181.0

H3

E087-01

SR 87

SR 87 Express Lanes: SR 85 to US 101

$ 37.8

H4

E101-01

US 101

US 101 Express Lanes: Whipple Ave. in San Mateo County to Cochrane Rd. in Morgan Hill.

$ 465.0

H5

E101-02

US 101

US 101 Express Lanes: Cochrane Rd. to Masten Ave.

$ 115.6

H6

E101-03

US 101

US 101 Express Lanes: Masten Ave. to 10th St.

$ 73.4

H7

E101-04

US 101

US 101 Express Lanes: 10th St. to SR 25

$ 54.0

H8

E237-01

SR 237

SR 237 Express Lanes: North First St. to Mathilda Ave.

$ 24.0

H9

E237-02

SR 237

SR 237 Express Lanes: Mathilda Ave. to SR 85

$ 87.5

H10

E280-01

I-280

I-280 Express Lanes: US 101 to Leland Ave.

$ 27.0

H11

E280-02

I-280

I-280 Express Lanes: Leland Ave. to Magdalena Ave.

$ 62.6

H12

E280-03

I-280

I-280 Express Lanes: Magdalena Ave. to San Mateo County Line.

$ 65.0

H13

E680-01

I-680

I-680 Northbound Express Lane: Calaveras Blvd. to Alameda County Line

$ 38.9

H14

E680-02

I-680

I-680 Express Lanes: Calaveras Blvd. to US 101

$ 40.0

H15

E880-01

I-880

I-880 Express Lanes: Alameda County line to US 101

$ 24.8

H16

E880-02

I-880

I-880 Express Lanes: US 101 to I-280

$ 200.9

H17

H000-01

All

Noise Abatement Program (Countywide)

$ 16.2

H18

H000-02

All

Hwy. Transportation Operations System/Freeway Performance Initiative Phase 1 & 2

$ 54.0

H19

H017-01

SR 17

SR 17/SR 9 Interchange Improvements

$ 15.0

H20

H017-02

SR 17

SR 17 Widening (Lark Avenue to South of SR 9)

$ 35.0

H21

H017-03

SR 17

SR 17 Southbound/Hamilton Ave. Off-Ramp Widening

$ 2.0

H22

H085-01

SR 85

SR 85 Northbound to Eastbound SR 237 Connector Ramp and Northbound SR 85 Auxiliary Lane

$ 35.0

H23

H085-02

SR 85

SR 85/El Camino Real I/C Improvements

$ 24.8

H24

H085-03

SR 85

SR 85/Cottle Rd. Interchange Improvements

$ 6.5

H25

H085-04

SR 85

SR 85 Noise Abatement Pilot Projects

$ 3.0

H26

H087-01

SR 87

SR 87/Capitol/Narvaez Interchange Improvements

$ 13.0

H27

H087-02

SR 87

SR 87 Technology-based Corridor Improvements

$ 40.0

H28

H101-01

US 101

US 101/Oregon Expwy./Embarcadero Rd. Improvements

$ 59.4

H29

H101-02

US 101

US 101 Southbound Improvements: San Antonio Rd. to Charleston Rd./Rengstorff Ave.

$ 35.0

H30

H101-03

US 101

US 101/Shoreline Boulevard Interchange Improvements

$ 15.0

H31

H101-04

US 101

US 101/Moffett Interchange Improvements

$ 75.0

H32

H101-05

US 101

Southbound Auxiliary Lane Improvement Between Ellis St. and SR 237

$ 4.3

H33

H101-06

US 101

US 101 Southbound Auxiliary Lane: Great America Pkwy. to Lawrence Expwy.

$ 3.2

H34

H101-07

US 101

Montague Expwy. and US 101 Interchange Improvements

$ 28.0

H35

H101-08

US 101

US 101 Southbound/Trimble Rd./De La Cruz Blvd./Central Expwy. Interchange Improvements

$ 50.0

H36

H101-09

US 101

Double Lane Southbound US 101 off-ramp to Southbound SR 87.

$ 2.0

H37

H101-10

US 101

US 101/Zanker Rd./Skyport Dr./Fourth St. Interchange Improvements

$ 138.0

H38

H101-11

US 101

US 101/I-880 Interchange Improvements

$ 1,000.0

H39

H101-12

US 101

US 101/Old Oakland Rd. Interchange Improvements

$ 24.8

H40

H101-13

US 101

US 101/Mabury Rd./Taylor St. Interchange Improvements

$ 70.0

H41

H101-14

US 101

US 101/Hellyer Ave. Interchange Improvements

$ 17.3

H42

H101-15

US 101

US 101/Blossom Hill Rd. Interchange Improvements

$ 24.8

H43

H101-16

US 101

US 101/Buena Vista Ave. Interchange Improvements

$ 35.0

H44

H101-17

US 101

US 101/SR 152 10th St. Ramp and Intersection Improvements

$ 5.0

H45

H101-18

US101

South County US 101 Ramp Metering

$ 72.0

H46

H152-01

SR 152

New SR 152 Alignment: SR 156 to US 101: US 101 widening from Monterey St. to the SR 25/US 101 interchange; new interchange at SR 25/US 101; and a new SR 152 alignment that will be operated as a toll facility.

$ 1,040.0

H47

H152-02

SR 152

SR 152 Ramp/Intersection Improvements

$ 10.8

H48

H237-01

SR 237

SR 237/El Camino Real/Grant Rd. Intersection Improvements

$ 5.4

H49

H237-02

SR 237

SR 237 Westbound to Southbound SR 85 Connector Ramp Improvements (Including SR 85 Auxiliary Lanes between El Camino Real and SR 237)

$ 43.2

H50

H237-03

SR 237

SR 237 Westbound On-Ramp at Middlefield Rd.

$ 14.0

H51

H237-04

SR 237

SR 237/Mathilda Ave. and US 101/Mathilda Ave, Interchange Improvement

$ 40.0

H52

H237-05

SR 237

SR 237 Eastbound Auxiliary Lanes: Mathilda Ave. to Fair Oaks Ave.

$ 7.6

H53

H237-06

SR 237

SR 237/Great America Parkway WB off-ramp Improvements

$ 13.0

H54

H237-07

SR 237

SR 237/North First St. Interchange Improvements

$ 3.0

H55

H237-08

SR 237

SR 237 Westbound/Eastbound Auxiliary Lanes (N. First St to Coyote Creek, and Zanker Rd. to N. First St.)

$ 17.0

H56

H280-01

I-280

I-280 Northbound: Second Exit Lane to Foothill Expwy.

$ 3.0

H57

H280-02

I-280

I-280 Northbound Braided Ramps between Foothill Expwy. and SR 85

$ 47.0

H58

H280-03

I-280

I-280/Stevens Creek Blvd./Lawrence Expressway Interchange Improvements

$ 80.0

H59

H280-04

I-280

I-280/De Anza Blvd. Interchange Improvements

$ 60.0

H60

H280-05

I-280

I-280/Wolfe Road Interchange Improvements

$ 75.0

H61

H280-06

I-280

I-280/Saratoga Avenue Interchange Improvements

$ 50.0

H62

H280-07

I-280

I-280/Winchester Blvd. Interchange Improvements

$ 90.0

H63

H280-08

I-280

I-280/Leigh Ave./Leland Ave. Interchange Improvements

$ 95.0

H64

H280-09

I-280

I-280 Soundwalls - from Robelda Road in Los Altos to South 11th Street in San Jose

$ 25.0

H65

H280-10

I-280

I-280 Downtown Access Improvements between 3rd St. and 7th St.

$ 31.3

H66

H280-11

I-280

I-280/Senter Rd. Interchange

$ 54.0

H67

H-280-12

I-280

I-280/Bird Ave. Interchange

$ 45.0

H68

H680-01

I-680

I-680/Jacklin Road Interchange Improvements

$ 5.0

H69

H680-02

I-680

I-680/Calaveras Boulevard Interchange Improvements

$ 30.0

H70

H680-03

I-680

I-680/Montague Expwy. Interchange Improvement

$ 28.1

H71

H680-04

I-680

I-680/Capitol Avenue Interchange Improvements

$ 8.0

H72

H680-05

I-680

I-680/Hostetter Road Interchange Improvements

$ 10.0

H73

H680-06

I-680

I-680/Berryessa Road Interchange Improvements

$ 40.0

H74

H680-07

I-680

I-680 Auxiliary Lanes (Berryessa Road to McKee Road)

$ 20.0

H75

H680-08

I-680

I-680/Mabury Road Overcrossing Widening

$ 20.0

H76

H680-09

I-680

I-680/Alum Rock Ave./McKee Rd. Interchange Improvements

$ 40.0

H77

H680-10

I-680

I-680 Auxiliary Lanes (Capitol Expressway to Berryessa Road)

$ 20.0

H78

H680-11

I-680

I-680 Soundwalls - Jackson Avenue in San Jose to Hostetter Road in Milpitas.

$ 10.0

H79

H680-12

I-680

I-680/Mather Drive and Muller Avenue Overcrossing

$ 30.0

H80

H680-13

I-680

I-680/Madden Avenue Overcrossing

$ 30.0

H81

H680-14

I-680

I-680/Capitol Expy/Jackson Avenue Interchange Improvements

$ 50.0

H82

H680-15

I-680

I-680 Soundwalls - Capitol Expressway to Mueller Avenue in San Jose

$ 5.0

H83

H680-16

I-680

I-680/King Road Interchange Improvements

$ 40.0

H84

H880-01

I-880

I-880/Montague Expwy. Interchange Improvement

$ 18.0

total HIGHWAYS

$ 5,686.7

 

TRANSIT

Agency

#

Project Title

COST ($M)

in 2017

Campbell

T1

Extend light-rail transit from Winchester Station to Route 85 (Vasona Junction)

$ 176.0

T2

Implementation of Future Mass Transit Needs for Santa Clara County

$ 25.0

Cupertino

T3

Comprehensive Systems Study for Future Mass Transit in Santa Clara County

$ 1.0

T4

Caltrain Capacity Expansion - Santa Clara Portion

$ 50.0

T5

Future Mass Transit Needs for Santa Clara County

$ 810.0

T6

Union Pacific Rail Trail

$ 20.3

T7

Transit Stop Enhancements

$ 9.0

T8

Tri-School Area Shuttle Service

$ 1.1

T9

Cupertino Bus/Shuttle Service Expansion

$ 2.2

Gilroy

T10

South County Commuter Rail service enhancements

$ 19.0

T11

CaHSR Station at Downtown Gilroy Transit Center

$ 201.0

T12

Community Bus Signal Pre-emption

$ 0.6

Los Altos

T13

Future Mass Transit Needs for Santa Clara County Study

$ 2.5

 

Los Gatos

 

T14

Vasona Light Rail Project

$ 10.0

Morgan Hill

T15

Expand Loading Platform at Caltrain Station

$ 0.4

 

Mountain View

 

T16

Reversible Transit Lane on Shoreline Boulevard

$ 13.5

T17

Caltrain Request for Station Improvements

$ 165.0

T18

Caltrain Request for Electrified, Modernized Trains/Station Modifications

$ 430.0

T19

Downtown Transit Center Improvements

$ 126.2

T20

Caltrain Request for System Performance and Reliability

$ 162.0

T21

Implementation Funding for Future Mass Transit Investments in Santa Clara County

$ 750.0

T22

Study of Mass Transit Needs for Santa Clara County

$ 25.0

 

Palo Alto

T23

Palo Alto Shuttle Project

$ 22.0

T24

Palo Alto Inter-model Transportation Center (PAITC)

$ 50.0

T25

Caltrain Station Improvements

$ 44.0

T26

Caltrain System Performance and Reliability

$ 60.0

T27

Electrified, Modernized Trains / Station Modifications (CalMod 2.0)

$ 223.0

T28

Caltrain Grade Separation - Charleston and Meadow

$ 527.0

T29

Caltrain Grade Crossings - Safety Improvements (Fencing)

$ 1.3

T30

Caltrain Grade Crossings - Safety Improvements (Camera Intrusion Detection System)

$ 0.7

T31

Caltrain Quiet Zones

$ 5.0

T32

Future Mass Transit Needs for Santa Clara County Study

$ 25.0

 

San Jose

T33

Double Vasona Light Rail Corridor from Diridon to Fruitvale and Bascom to Campbell

$ 65.1

T34

Vasona Double Track - Diridon to Fruitdale and Bascom to Campbell

$ 65.1

T35

Implement North San Jose Transit Improvements

$ 39.0

T36

San Carlos Light Rail Station

$ 12.1

T37

Implement Mineta San Jose International Airport APM connector

 

$ 70.2

 

Saratoga

 

T38

 

City of Saratoga Senior Transportation Program

 

$ 0.5

VTA                                          

T39

VTA Transportation Demand Management Development Grant Program

$ 50.0

T40

SVRT Phase II (San Jose to Santa Clara)

 4,700.0

T41

Upgraded Santa Clara Great America Intermodal Station

 200.0

T42

Caltrain Railroad Maintenance (Santa Clara County Share)

 419.0

T43

Caltrain Santa Clara County Safety/Grade Separation Program

1,592.0

T44

Caltrain Santa Clara County Station Area Enhancements

$ 42.0

T45

Caltrain System Performance and Reliability (Santa Clara County Share)

$ 58.0

T46

Caltrain Modernization (CalMod 2.0)

214.0

T47

ACE Operations (Santa Clara County Share)

 127.7

T48

Alviso Wetlands Doubletrack

 156.0

T49

Santa Cruz Light Rail

5,031.0

T50

New Grade Separations

 150.3

T51

Express Bus Countywide Expansion

500.2

T52

Tasman West Reconstruction

150.3

T53

North Bayshore Light Rail

430.3

T54

Light Rail Vehicle replacement

500.2

T55

LRV additional vehicle purchase

$ 87.5

T56

Guadalupe Rail Yard Improvements

$ 148.0

T57

De Anza to East San Jose Light Rail

$ 949.1

T58

Alviso to Blossom Hill DMU service

$ 530.0

T59

Downtown San Jose Double Track

$ 57.2

T60

Downtown San Jose Subway

$ 996.9

T61

Winchester Line Double Tracking and Platform

$ 90.2

T62

North First Street light rail speed Improvements

$ 10.5

T63

New bus yard (250 buses)

$ 240.0

T64

Park & Ride Improvements

$ 144.0

T65

Affordable fares

$ 60.0

T66

Bus Stop Improvements

$ 60.0

T67

Fast and Reliable Bus Network

$ 250.0

T68

Enhance Frequent Core Bus Network

 2,143.0

T69

Frequent Core Bus Network

$ 502.0

T70

Reconstruct Mountain View Transit Center

$ 503.6

T71

Bus Facility Upgrades at Cerone and Chaboya

$ 234.5

T72

De Anza College Transit Center

$ 52.8

T73

Extend light-rail transit from Winchester Station to Route 85 (Vasona Junction)

$ 176.0

T74

Extend Capitol Expressway light rail to Eastridge Transit Center - Phase II

$ 293.0

T75

Implement El Camino Rapid Transit Project

$ 275.5

T76

Implement Stevens Creek Rapid Transit Project

$ 196.0

T77

Extend BART to Berryessa (includes environmental, preliminary engineering, property acquisition and construction phases)

3,226.5

T78

Santa Cruz Metro Bus Purchase (VTA Share)

$ 6.6

T79

Express Bus Highway Stops

$ 305.0

Outreach

T80

Senior Transportation Mobility Management (STAR) Program

$ 46.0

   

total TRANSIT

 30,114.7

 

EXPRESSWAY

Agency

#

Project Title

COST ($M) in 2017

Campbell

X1

Widen San Tomas Expressway to 8 Lanes from Stevens Creek Blvd to Campbell Ave

$ 40.0

X2

San Tomas/SR 17 Interchange Interim Improvements

$ 2.0

San Jose

X3

Montague Expressway / Trimble Road Flyover

$ 49.0

X4

Construct interchange at I-880 and Montague Expressway (includes improvements to Montague Expressway)

$ 16.0

X5

Widen Montague Expressway to 8-lanes for HOV lanes between Lick Mill and Trade Zone boulevards and on Guadalupe River Bridge and Penitencia Creek Road

$ 17.0

X6

Widen Montague Expressway between Trade Zone and I-680

$ 16.0

X7

Montague Expressway & McCarthy/O'Toole Interchange Improvements

$ 48.0

Sunnyvale

X8

Grade Separation - Lawrence Expressway and Homestead Road

$ 100.0

X9

Grade Separation Lawrence Expressway from Reed/Monroe to Arques

$ 440.0

Santa Clara County

X10

San Tomas Expwy: Widen from Moorpark to Homestead

$ 51.1

X11

Foothill Expressway at Magdelena/Springer Intersection Improvements (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.0

X12

Montague Expressway widening between Trade Zone and Main/Oakland (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.1

X13

Montague Expressway Widening Between Great Mall to Trade Zone (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 6.2

X14

Foothill Expressway widening between El Monte and San Antonio (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.3

X15

Montague Expressway at Mission College Boulevard Intersection (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 18.0

X16

San Tomas Expressway at Scott Boulevard Intersection Improvements (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.0

X17

Grade Separation at Central Expressway & Moffett/Castro & Caltrain Tracks (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 150.0

X18

Central Expressway at Bowers Ave Intersection Interim Improvement (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.0

X19

Central Expressway Auxiliary Lanes between Lawrence and Mary (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 20.3

X20

Capitol Expressway Widening from I-680 to Capitol Avenue (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 12.1

X21

Widen Lawrence Expressway between Moorpark and I-280 (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 7.8

X22

Lawrence Expressway at Moorpark/Bollinger Intersection Improvements (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 1.8

X23

Almaden Expressway at SR-85 - Interim Improvements (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 0.5

X24

Lawrence Expressway at Saratoga Avenue Intersection Improvements (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.0

X25

Almaden Expressway at Branham Lane Intersection Improvement (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 0.7

X26

Almaden Expressway Widening (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 10.7

X27

Almaden Expressway at Camden Ave intersection improvements (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.7

X28

Central Expressway at Thompson (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 0.5

X29

Montague Expressway and I-680 interchange modification and widening (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 30.1

X30

Lawrence Expressway at Homestead Road Interim Improvements (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.7

X31

Lawrence/Stevens Creek/I280 Interchange (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 120.2

X32

Lawrence Expressway right-in/out closures (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 1.5

X33

Lawrence Expressway at Homestead Road Grade Separation (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 100.0

X34

Lawrence Expressway from Reed/Monroe to Arques Grade Separation (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 440.0

X35

Montague Expressway widening between Main/Oakland and McCarthy/O'Toole (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 35.2

X36

San Tomas Expressway at SR-17 Interim improvements (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 1.6

X37

San Tomas Expressway Widening between Homestead and Stevens Creek (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 42.0

X38

Santa Teresa-Hale Corridor widening (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 8.4

X39

Foothill Expressway widening between El Monte and San Antonio (TIER 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.3

X40

Oregon-Page Mill widening between I-280 and Foothill Expressway (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 23.5

X41

Oregon-Page Mill intersection improvements (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.7

X42

Oregon-Page Mill/El Camino Real (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.4

X43

Santa Teresa-Hale Corridor widening (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 8.4

X44

Santa Teresa-Hale Corridor Extension (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 13.8

X45

Santa Teresa/Hale Corridor various intersection improvements (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 2.5

X46

Santa Teresa direct connection between Sunnyside and DeWitt (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 8.1

X47

Grade Separation at Central Expressway & Moffett/Castro & Caltrain Tracks (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 150.0

X48

LRT grade separation at Montague Expressway/First Street (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 95.0

X49 Grade separate Caltrain tracks from Rengstorff Ave at Central Expressway (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040) $ 120.0

 

total

EXPRESSWAY

$2,233.2

 

LOCAL STREETS & ROADS

Agency

#

Project Title

COST ($M)

in 2017

Campbell

R1

Dell Avenue Area Improvements

$ 4.0

R2

Campisi Way Improvements

$ 2.0

Cupertino

R3

Citywide Sidewalk Gap Closure

$ 7.0

R4

Citywide ADA curb ramp improvements

$ 4.0

R5

Stevens Creek Blvd Bridge Replacement over Stevens Creek

$ 8.0

Gilroy

R6

Extend Buena Vista Avenue from Santa Teresa Boulevard to Monterey Road

$ 10.0

R7

IOOF Ave US101 Overcrossing

$ 16.9

R8

Tenth Street Bridge over Uvas Creek

$ 16.3

R9

Las Animas Ave US 101 Overcrossing

$ 10.8

R10

30-year unfunded Pavement Maintenance gap

$ 125.0

R11

Old Gilroy Street "Community Access" US101 Overcrossing

$ 12.2

Los Altos

R12

El Monte Avenue Street Resurfacing Project

$ 2.1

R13

Fremont Avenue Street Resurfacing

$ 1.3

Los Gatos

R14

Blossom Hill Road South Side (Union Avenue to Regent Drive)

$ 2.0

R15

HWY 9 @ North Santa Cruz Avenue

$ 2.0

R16

Lark Avenue Improvements from HWY 17 to Los Gatos Blvd

$ 4.0

R17

Blossom Hill Road Widening @ HWY 17

$ 10.0

R18

Lark Avenue Widening from Winchester Blvd. to HWY 17

$ 3.0

R19

Los Gatos-Almaden Road Improvement from Los Gatos Boulevard to National Avenue

$ 4.0

R20

Los Gatos Boulevard Improvement from Lark to Samaritan Drive

$ 4.0

R21

Los Gatos Boulevard and Lark Avenue Intersection improvements

$ 1.2

R22

Los Gatos Blvd and Samaritan Drive Intersection Improvements

$ 1.0

R23

Pollard Road Improvements from York to Knowles Drive

$ 2.0

R24

Union Avenue Improvements from Blossom Hill Road to Los Gatos-Almaden Road

$ 3.0

R25

Wedgewood Avenue improvements from Granada to Wimbledon

$ 3.0

R26

Winchester Blvd. Improvements from Daves Ave to Lark

$ 4.0

R27

Blossom Hill Road (BH Park to Union) Improvement Project

$ 3.0

Milpitas

R28

Dixon Landing Road/Milpitas Blvd. Intersection Improvements

$ 4.0

R29

Widen Calaveras Boulevard overpass from 4-lanes to 6-lanes

$ 85.0

Morgan Hill

R30

Monterey Road Corridor Safety Improvements

$ 2.4

R31

Depot Street Realignment

$ 1.3

R32

Santa Teresa/Hale Avenue Extension Project

$ 13.6

Mountain View

R33

Castro Street/Moffett Boulevard/Central Expressway Intersection Improvements

$ 2.0

R34

San Antonio Road Interchange / Charleston Road Connection

$ 101.0

R35

San Antonio Ramp to Southbound Central Expressway

$ 31.8

R36

Caltrain Grade Separation - Churchill

$ 196.0

R37

Castro Street/Moffett Boulevard Closure/Grade Separation

$ 150.0

R38

Mountain View Rengstorff Avenue Railroad Grade Separation

$ 150.1

R39

Shoreline Boulevard Transportation Corridor Improvements Full Build Out

$ 10.2

San Jose                    

R40

Chynoweth/Thornwood Extension from Almaden Expwy to Winfield

$ 21.0

R41

Widen Zanker Road from 4-lanes to 6-lanes

$ 67.0

R42

Alum Rock Falls over Penitencia Creek Bridge Replacement

$ 32.0

R43

Implement improvements to the North First Street Core Area grid

$ 93.0

R44

Senter Road Widening from Umbarger to Lewis

$ 8.0

R45

Widen Oakland Road from 4-lanes to 6-lanes between U.S. 101 and Montague Expressway

$ 15.0

R46

Implement miscellaneous intersection improvements in North San Jose

$ 44.0

R47

Widen Brokaw Bridge over Coyote Creek

$ 29.0

R48

Santa Clara Street at Coyote Creek Bridge Replacement

$ 33.0

R49

Extend Charcot Avenue over I-880

$ 35.0

R50

Highwood Drive over North Babb Creek Bridge Replacement

$ 11.0

R51

City of San Jose General Plan Local Streets Improvements

$ 13.0

R52

Nobel Avenue Bridge over Penitencia Creek

$ 28.0

R53

O'Connor Drive Bridge over Forest Avenue

$ 34.0

R54

King Road Bridge Replacement and Widening at Penitencia Creek

$ 20.0

R55

Chynoweth/Monterey Rd/UPRR Grade Separation Project

$ 43.0

R56

Widen Coleman Avenue from 4-lanes to 6-lanes between I-880 and Taylor Street

$ 17.0

R57

Extend Autumn Parkway from Julian Street to San Carlos Street and implement improvements from St. John Street to Park Avenue

$ 45.0

R58

Almaden Road Improvement from Malone Road to Curtner Avenue

$ 8.0

R59

San Carlos Street Bridge Replacement and Widening

$ 37.1

R60

Branham/Snell/Chynoweth Area Roadway Improvements

$ 21.0

R61

Construct Caltrain grade separation at Skyway

$ 43.0

R62

Construct Caltrain grade separation at Branham Lane

$ 40.0

Santa Clara

R63

Citywide Street Pavement Maintenance/Rehabilitation Project

$ 65.0

R64

Landscape Improvements at Santa Clara Gateways

$ 15.0

R65

Widen intersection at El Camino Real/Lafayette Street

$ 1.0

R66

Implement capacity increasing improvements at the intersection of Great America Parkway/Mission College Boulevard

$ 8.3

Sunnyvale

R67

Intersections and improve sidewalks throughout the city of Sunnyvale

$ 18.0

R68

Sunnyvale Downtown Specific Plan Transportation Improvements

$ 17.0

R69

Extend Mary Avenue north across Route 237

$ 78.0

R70

Realign Wildwood Avenue to connect with Lawrence Expressway (includes new traffic signal at Lawrence Expressway/Wildwood Avenue intersection)

$ 7.0

R71

Mary Avenue Rail Road Grade Separation

$ 80.0

R72

Sunnyvale Avenue Rail Road Grade Crossing

$ 100.0

Santa Clara County

R73

Watsonville Rd. Center Turn Lane

$ 8.1

R74

Center Ave & Marcella Ave Two-lane connection & new bridge

$ 3.4

R75

Marcella Ave. Two-Lane Realignment

$ 7.0

R76

Railroad Crossing Improvements at Church Ave. and Monterey Hwy.

$ 0.8

R77

DeWitt Ave/Sunnyside Ave realignment at Edmundsen Ave

$ 7.7

R78

Fitzgerald Ave/Masten Ave realignment at Monterey Hwy

$ 0.7

R79

Hill Rd. Extension from East Main Ave. to Peet Rd.

$ 9.5

VTA

R80

Santa Clara Countywide Pavement Management Program

7,000.0

R81

Noise Abatement Program (Countywide)

$ 50.0

total

 LOCAL STREETS & ROADS

9,226.8

 

SYSTEMS OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT

Agency

#

Project Title

COST ($M)

in 2017

Campbell

S1

Reactivation of Traffic Count Stations

$ 0.1

S2

Winchester Blvd. Intelligent Transportation System Phase 2

$ 0.2

S3

ATMS Enhancements

$ 0.0

S4

Downtown Flashing Beacon Systems

$ 0.3

S5

Adaptive Pedestrian Detection Systems

$ 0.2

S6

Winchester/Latimer Signal Modification

$ 0.1

S7

Hamilton/Central Signal Modification

$ 0.2

S8

Hamilton/April Signal Modification

$ 0.2

Cupertino

S9

Traffic Operations Center Upgrade

$ 0.5

S10

Citywide Advanced Traffic Management System Implementation

$ 0.5

S11

Citywide traffic monitoring camera expansion

$ 0.2

S12

Citywide traffic signal retiming and coordination

$ 0.3

S13

De Anza Blvd Advanced Traffic Management System

$ 0.6

S14

Citywide ADA Pedestrian Signal Upgrades

$ 1.0

S15

Miscellaneous Citywide Traffic Signal Upgrades

$ 10.0

Gilroy

S16

Flood Watch Camera System (iNet Phase 3)

$ 0.7

S17

Adaptive traffic signal control system (iNet Ph 1)

$ 1.2

S18

Gilroy Downtown Parking Guidance/Event Management System

$ 1.2

S19

Traffic Signal System Upgrade (iNet Ph 2)

$ 5.0

S20

ITS Enhancements on Santa Teresa Blvd

$ 2.6

S21

SR 152 (First Street) Signal System Upgrade for complete streets and "Caltrans Main Street" candidate street conversion.

$ 3.0

S22

Downtown and 10th Street Corridor Signal Upgrades

$ 2.0

S23

Downtown Parking Management System

$ 0.5

S24

Gilroy Signal Upgrades

$ 1.3

S25

Community Bus Signal Pre-emption

$ 0.6

Los Altos

S26

Advanced Traffic Management System

$ 5.0

Los Gatos

S27

Los Gatos Traffic Signal and Information System

$ 4.0

S28

Traffic Corridor Study Project

$ 1.0

Milpitas

S29

South Milpitas Blvd. SMART Corridor

$ 0.6

S30

Citywide Adaptive Bicycle and Pedestrian Timing

$ 0.6

S31

Citywide video detection/monitor

$ 0.8

Monte Sereno

S32

SR-9 Traffic Signal Upgrades and Interconnect

$ 1.0

Morgan Hill

S33

Install adaptive signal technology at all locations

$ 2.5

Mountain View

S34

Mountain View Citywide Traffic Signal Upgrade and IP Traffic Signal Access

$ 5.0

S35

Rengstorff Avenue Adaptive Signal System

$ 1.6

Palo Alto

S36

Palo Alto Downtown Parking Improvements

$ 2.5

S37

Palo Alto Downtown and Calif. Ave. Parking Supply and Management Program

$ 10.0

San Jose

S38

San Jose Proactive Signal Retiming Program

$ 60.0

S39

San Jose Transportation Communications Network Enhancements

$ 27.1

S40

San Jose Traffic Signal System Upgrades

$ 27.1

S41 Silicon Valley ITS Program Upgrades

$ 35.2

S42

Silicon Valley TiMC San Jose Police Department Integration

$ 16.2

S43

City of San Jose Red Light Running Enforcement Program

$ 3.2

S44

San Jose Emergency Vehicle Preemption System

$ 10.8

S45

Eastridge/Evergreen Area Advanced Traffic Management System

$ 5.4

S46

Saratoga/Moorpark Advanced Traffic Management System

$ 5.4

S47

BrokawAirport Area Advanced Traffic Management System

$ 5.4

S48

SJ Citywide Count and Speed Monitoring System

$ 10.8

S49

San Jose Traffic Surveillance Video System Expansion

$ 3.2

S50

San Jose Multimodal Operations and Efficiency

$ 21.6

S51

San Jose Adaptive Traffic Management System

$ 10.8

S52

San Jose Accessible Pedestrian Signal System Upgrade

$ 2.2

S53

San Jose Traffic Signal Installation and Modification

$ 17.9

S54

Transportation Innovation Zone Infrastructure Enhancements

$ 5.4

S55

San Jose General Plan Technology Upgrades

$ 12.6

S56

First/Last Mile Trip Completion Alternatives

$ 1.5

S57

Streetlight Conversion to LED

$ 37.9

S58

Balanced Transportation Education Program

$ 5.4

S59

San Jose Wayfinding Program

$ 3.0

Santa Clara                   

S60

Monroe Street @ Bellomy Street Signal Upgrade

$ 1.0

S61

Homestead Road @ Lincoln Street Signal Upgrade

$ 1.0

S62

Santa Clara Communications Network Upgrade

$ 6.6

S63 Santa Clara Traffic Signals Upgrade

$ 5.5

S64

Citywide Traffic Monitoring Cameras

$ 3.0

S65

Citywide Bicycle Detection

$ 4.8

S66

Citywide Pedestrian Signal Upgrades

$ 4.2

S67

Santa Clara Adaptive Traffic Signal System

$ 7.2

S68

Lafayette Street Reversible Lane Control Upgrade

$ 3.6

S69

North Santa Clara Event Management System

$ 9.2

S70

Video Detection System Upgrade

$ 2.5

S71

Travel Time Monitoring System

$ 3.0

S72

Pedestrian Crosswalk Warning System

$ 5.0

S73

Traffic Signal Coordination Update

$ 3.5

S74

Traffic Signal Traffic Responsive Plan

$ 5.0

S75

Citywide Emergency Vehicle Preemption for Traffic Signals

$ 3.0

Saratoga

S76

Herriman Ave/Saratoga Ave Traffic Signal Project

$ 0.4

S77

Verde Vista Ln. Traffic Signal

$ 0.4

S78

Citywide Accessible Pedestrian Signals

$ 0.4

Sunnyvale

S79

Advanced Adopted Traffic Management System (AATMS) and ITS Architecture Deployment

$ 3.0

S80

Install pedestrian countdown signals in Sunnyvale

$ 0.2

S81

Traffic Adaptive Signal Controller Update

$ 4.0

S82

Citywide CCTV Camera Deployment

$ 1.3

S83

Citywide Traffic Signal Controller Update

$ 0.7

S84

Citywide Count and Speed Monitoring Stations

$ 1.2

S85 ITS Communications Infrastructure

$ 2.0

S86

Traffic Management Center Integration

$ 0.4

S87

Emergency Preemption Receiver Installation

$ 1.2

S88

Traffic Signal Reconstruction to Downtown Streetscape Standards

$ 2.3

SC County

S89

Capitol Expwy – TOS infrastructure

$ 5.5

S90

Santa Teresa Blvd/Hale Ave Corridor TOS Infrastructure Improvements

$ 5.8

S91

SCC Motorist Traffic Information & Advisory Systems

$ 5.8

S92 TOS Infrastructure Improvements

$ 11.6

S93

Expressway Adaptive Pedestrian Timing Project

$ 2.2

S94

Expressway and Santa Teresa Corridor Bike Detection

$ 2.5

S95

Expressway ITS/Signal System (Tier 2 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 68.0

S96

Expressway ITS/Signal System (Tier 1 Exp Plan 2040)

$ 17.5

VTA

S97

Countywide Freeway Traffic Operation System and Ramp Metering Improvements

$ 30.1

S98

Regional Transportation Operations Personnel Service

$ 6.0

S99 Regional ITS Maintenance Service $ 2.4
 

total

 SYSTEMS OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT

  638.1

 

PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLE PROJECTS

Agency

#

Project Title

COST ($M) in 2017

Campbell

B1

Hamilton Avenue/Highway 17 Bicycle Overcrossing

$ 4.0

B2

Widen San Tomas Expressway to 8 Lanes from Stevens Creek Blvd to Campbell Ave

$ 40.0

B3

Latimer Avenue Pedestrian Overcrossing

$ 5.1

B4

Ped/Bike Bridge over SR 17 from Railway/Sunnyside to Campbell Technology Pkwy

$ 5.0

B5

Bike Share Program

$ 0.1

B6

Los Gatos Creek Trail expansion on west side (Hamilton to Campbell)

$ 2.5

B7

San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail

$ 1.8

B8

San Tomas Expressway Bike/Ped Path

$ 0.5

B9

Adaptive Pedestrian Detection Systems

B10

Bascom Avenue Great Streets Project

$ 1.0

B11

Citywide School Sidewalks

$ 1.0

B12

Downtown Pedestrian and Bicycle Enhancements

$ 1.7

B13

Harriet Avenue Sidewalks

$ 0.8

B14

Widen Los Gatos Creek Trail on east side (Camden to Campbell)

$ 0.3

B15

Hamilton Ave. Medians, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Enhancements

$ 1.8

Cupertino

B16

Citywide Sidewalk Gap Closure

$ 7.0

B17

Citywide ADA curb ramp improvements

$ 4.0

B18

Stevens Creek Trail grade separation at Stevens Creek Blvd

$ 3.0

B19

Foothill Blvd Bike Lane and Sidewalk Improvements

$ 0.5

B20

Stevens Canyon Road Widening, Bike and Ped Improvements

$ 10.0

B21

Stevens Creek Trail Completion

$ 16.0

B22

Saratoga Creek Trail Extension: Lawrence Expressway to Mitty Way

$ 8.1

B23

Union Pacific Rail Trail

$ 20.3

B24

Bike/Ped Bridge Over UPRR Tracks Snyder-Hammond House

$ 5.0

B25

Citywide ADA Pedestrian Signal Upgrades

$ 1.0

B26

Bicycle Transportation Plan Implementation

$ 10.0

B27

Mary Avenue Complete Street Converstion

$ 0.5

B28

Citywide Class 1 Bikeway Network Implementation

$ 10.0

B29

Stelling Road Complete Street Project

$ 0.5

Gilroy

B30

Tenth Street Bridge over Uvas Creek

$ 16.3

B31

Lions Creek Bike Trail (West of Kern to Day)

$ 2.3

B32

Lions Creek Trail (W of Santa Teresa – Christopher HS)

$ 0.8

B33

Northern Uvas Creek Trail (Gilroy Gardens Trail Extension)

$ 2.3

B34

West Branch Llagas Creek Trail

$ 0.5

B35

Southern Uvas Creek (Sports Park Bile Trail)

$ 5.9

B36

Lions Creek Trail (Kern Bridge Gap Closure)

$ 1.4

B37

Safe Routes to School/Complete Streets

$ 2.4

B38

SR 152 (First Street) Signal System Upgrade for complete streets and "Caltrans Main Street" candidate street conversion.

$ 3.0

B39

Santa Teresa & Expressways Bike Detection

$ 2.7

Los Altos

B40

Miramonte Avenue Bikeway Improvements

$ 1.6

B41

Stevens Creek Trail Link

$ 3.5

B42

Completing Bikeway Network-Other than Miramonte

$ 1.6

B43

Implementation of Los Altos Pedestrian Plan

$ 13.1

Los Altos Hills

B44

El Monte Road: Stonebrook to Voorhees (Segment 4)

$ 0.6

Los Gatos

B45

Blossom Hill Road Widening North Side (Union Ave. to Westhill Drive)

$ 2.0

B46

HWY 9 – Los Gatos Creek Connector

$ 3.0

B47

Highway 9 (HWY 17 to Los Gatos Blvd) Complete Streets

$ 10.0

B48

Knowles from Pollard to Winchester Complete Streets

$ 2.0

B49

Los Gatos Blvd. bike lane project from Camino Del Sol to Blossom Hill Road

$ 3.0

B50

Los Gatos-Almaden Road Improvement from Los Gatos Boulevard to National Avenue

$ 4.0

B51

Los Gatos Boulevard Improvement from Lark to Samaritan Drive

$ 4.0

B52

Pollard Road Improvements from York to Knowles Drive

$ 2.0

B53

Union Avenue Improvements from Blossom Hill Road to Los Gatos-Almaden Road

$ 3.0

B54

Wedgewood Avenue improvements from Granada to Wimbledon

$ 3.0

B55

Winchester Blvd. Improvements from Daves Ave to Lark

$ 4.0

B56

Blossom Hill Road (BH Park to Union) Improvement Project

$ 3.0

Milpitas

B57

Berryessa Creek Trail (Reach 4 - 6): Hillview Drive to San Jose City limits

$ 6.9

B58

So. Milpitas Boulevard from Calaveras Boulevard to Montague Expwy Bicycle Path & Sidewalk on east side (1.5 miles)

$ 29.0

B59

Berryessa Creek Trail (Reach 4 - 6): Hillview Drive to San Jose City limits

$ 6.9

B60

Montague Expwy Bike/Ped Overcrossing at Milpitas BART Station

$ 7.7

B61

So. Milpitas Boulevard from Calaveras Boulevard to Montague Expwy Bicycle Path & Sidewalk on east side (1.5 miles)

$ 28.0

Milpitas/ VTA

B62

Montague Expwy Bike/Ped Overcrossing at Milpitas BART Station

$ 7.8

Morgan Hill

B63

Monterey Road Corridor Safety Improvements

$ 2.4

B64

Butterfield Linear Park Expansion

$ 1.2

B65

Coyote Creek Trail Connection

$ 0.3

B66

Pedestrian Rail Crossing Enhancements

$ 2.0

B67

Main Avenue Bike Lanes

$ 0.2

B68

Sobrato

High School Bike Access Improvements

$ 0.5

B69

West Little Llagas Creek Trail, Main Avenue to Spring Avenue

$ 1.5

Mountain View

B70

Stevens Creek Trail Reach 4 Segment 2: Dale/Heatherstone to Mountain View High School

$ 17.2

B71

Stevens Creek Trail: New Trailhead at Landels School

$ 1.6

B72

Permanente Creek Trail: Old Middlefield Way to Rock Street

$ 0.5

B73

Permanente Creek Trail: Rock Street to West Middlefield Road

$ 1.3

B74

Permanente Creek Trail Extension Feasibility Study (Part II)

$ 0.2

B75

Shoreline Boulevard Pathway over Central Expressway and Railroad

$ 2.4

B76

Shoreline Boulevard Cycle Track -- Stierlin Road to Terra Bella

$ 9.6

B77

Shoreline Boulevard/US Route 101 Pedestrian/Bicycle Overcrossing

$ 22.1

B78

Permanente Creek Trail: Modification to Under-crossing at Amphitheatre Parkway

$ 0.8

B79

Mayfield Tunnel Ped/Bike under Central Expressway connecting to San Antonio Caltrain station

$ 9.0

B80

Old Middlefield Way Bike Lanes

$ 0.7

B81

Moffett Boulevard Bike Lanes

$ 0.9

B82

California Street Ped/Bike complete street implementation (including potential road diet) (Showers to Bryant_

$ 30.3

B83

Shoreline Blvd. Ped/Bike Complete Street Implementation (including potential road diet) (El Camino Real to Montecito)

$ 20.3

B84

Escuela Ave. Ped/Bike complete street implementation (Latham to Crisanto)

$ 11.2

B85

Bernardo Bike/Ped Tunnel

$ 10.2

B86

Bay Area Bike Share 20 Stations in Mountain View

$ 3.1

B87

Permanente Creek Trail: Grade Separation at Charleston Road

$ 4.6

B88

Mountain View Stevens Creek Trail: Middlefield Road North Side Access

$ 1.0

B89

Palo Alto-Sunnyvale Bicycle Regional Connections

$ 1.2

B90

El Camino Real Bike Lanes

$ 0.5

Palo Alto

B91

South Palo Alto Caltrain Pedestrian/Bicycle Grade Separation

$ 13.0

B92

California Avenue Caltrain Undercrossing

$ 13.0

B93

Palo Alto Transit Center/University Ave. Undercrossing

$ 10.0

B94

US 101 / Adobe Creek Pedestrian and Bicycle Over Crossing

$ 13.0

B95

Bicycle Boulevards Network Project

$ 20.0

B96

Charleston Road / Arastradero Road Corridor Improvements

$ 10.0

B97

Enhanced Bikeways Project

$ 20.0

B98

Downtown Palo Alto Pedestrian Facility Upgrades

$ 3.0

B99

Matadero Creek Trail and Undercrossing at US 101

$ 7.0
B100

Bike Share Expansion

$ 11.0

B101

Adobe Creek Reach Trail: West Bayshore Road to Louis Road

$ 0.1

San Jose

B102

Airport Blvd from Guadalupe River Trail to Coleman Ave. Bike & Pedestrian Connection

$ 4.1

B103

Auzerais Ave from Sunol St to Race St Bicycle and Pedestriar

$ 2.4

B104

Montgomery St/Bird Ave from Santa Clara St to West Virginia St Bicycle and Pedestrian Corridor

$ 3.8

B105

Blossom Hill Road/Silver Creek Valley Road from Monterey Rd. to Coyote Ck Trail Multiuse Path

$ 6.6

B106

Calero Ave from Allen Ave to Palmia Dr Bikeway Project

$ 0.4

B107

Branham Lane Bikeway: Camden Avenue to Coyote Creek Trail

$ 13.4

B108

Capitol Avenue/Capitol Expressway Bikeway from Penitencia Creek Road/Trail to Quimby Road/Thompson Creek

$ 0.3

B109

Cottle Road Multi-Use Path from Hospital Parkway to Poughkeepsie Road

$ 2.9

B110

Havana Dr/ Holly Hill Drive Bike/Ped Bridge at US 101

$ 9.2

B111

Hedding St. Bikeway: Winchester Blvd. to Ruff Dr (Hwy 87)

$ 0.3

B112

Highway 87 Trail Connection Multi-Use Path: Unified Way through Curtner Light Rail Station Park and Ride to Carol Drive at Hwy 87

$ 2.1

B113

Hwy 237 Bikeway from Great America Parkway to Zanker

$ 0.5

B114

Los Gatos Creek Trail Reach 5d: Park Avenue to Santa Clara Avenue (Diridon Station Segment)

$ 9.2

B115

Los Gatos Creek Trail Reach 5b and 5c: Auzerais Avenue south of W. San Carlos Avenue to Park Avenue/Montgomery Avenue (Trail and Undercrossing)

$ 6.3

B116

Monroe Bikeway: Newhall Street to Tisch Way

$ 0.3

B117

Newhall Street Bike/Ped Overcrossing over Caltrain Tracks

$ 8.8

B118

North San Jose Bike/Ped Improvements: Connections to Guadalupe River Trail/Coyote Creek Trail/Alviso Neighborhood

$ 37.9

B119

Park Avenue/San Fernando Street/San Antonio Bikeway

$ 0.3

B120

Three Creeks Trail: West from Los Gatos Creek Trail/Lonus Street to Coyote Creek Trail

$ 2.2

B121

Citywide Implementation- Several Projects from Bike Plan 2020

$ 6.0

B122

Coyote Creek Trail (Montague Expwy to Old Oakland Road)

$ 9.4

B123

Coyote Creek Trail (Old Oakland Road to Watson Park)

$ 9.4

B124

Coyote Creek Trail (Watson Park to Williams Street Park)

$ 6.3

B125

Coyote Creek Trail ( William St Park to Kelley Park

$ 3.6

B126

Upper Penitencia Creek Trail Connector Phase 2: Berryessa BART to Coyote Creek

$ 2.5

B127

Capitol Expwy Bike and Pedestrian Improvements from 1-680

$ 5.4

B128

Almaden Expwy Bike and Pedestrian Improvements from Foxworthy Ave to Trinidad Dr

$ 5.4

B129

Phelan Avenue Pedestrian & Bike Bridge over Coyote Creek

$ 7.4

B130

Capitol Expressway at 1-680 Bike and Pedestrian lmprovements

$ 1.8

B131

Three Creeks Trail East from Guadalupe River to Coyote Creek Trail

$ 48.7

B132

Coyote Creek Trail from Story Rd to Phelan through Kelley Park

$ 2.7

B133

Bay Trail 9/9B: Lower Guadalupe River Trail connection

$ 15.2

B134

Bay Trail: Alviso Frontage

$ 32.5

B135

Coyote Creek Trail from Phelan Avenue to Tully Road

$ 3.2

B136

Lower Guadalupe River Access Ramps

$ 10.8

B137

Five Wounds Trail from William Street to Mabury Road/Berryessa

$ 21.6

B138

Thompson Creek Trail from Quimby Road to County border

$ 21.6

B139

Lower Silver Creek Trail from Coyote Creek Trail/Berryessa B Capitol Light Rail)

$ 32.5

B140

San Jose Citywide ADA Curb Ramp Improvements

$ 64.9

B141

San Jose Citywide Sidewalk Gap Closure- Phase I

$ 50.0

B142

Guadalupe River Trail -Virginia to Blossom Hill Rd

$ 20.5

Santa Clara

B143

Winchester Bicycle & Pedestrian Overcrossing

$ 10.0

B144

Kiely Bicycle & Pedestrian Overcrossing

$ 10.0
B145

Tasman Pedestrian Overcrossing

$ 10.0
B146

Citywide Sidewalk Connections

$ 55.0
B147

Benton St. Bike Lanes: Lawrence Expwy. to San Tomas Expwy

$ 0.6

B148

Bowers Ave./Kiely Blvd. Bike Lanes: Cabrillo Ave. to Stevens Creek Blvd

$ 1.0
B149

Calabazas Creek Trail: From SR 237 to Lochinar Ave.

$ 23.5
B150

Lafayette St. Bike Lanes: Agnew Rd. to Reed St

$ 1.2
B151

Lick Mill Blvd. Bike Lanes from Tasman Dr. to Hope Dr

$ 0.3
B152

Mission College Blvd. Bike Lanes from Mission College Blvd. to Wildwood Ave. (City Limits)

$ 0.3

B153

Pruneridge Ave. Bike Lanes: Pomeroy Ave. to Winchester Blvd.

$ 0.9
B154

San Tomas Aquino Creek Spur Trail Phase 2: El Camino Real to Homestead Rd.

$ 4.6
B155

Saratoga Ave. Bike Lanes: Los Padres Blvd. to San Tomas Expwy

$ 0.3
B156

Saratoga Creek Trail: Cabrillo Ave. to Forbes Ave. and Undercrossing at Kiely Blvd. and Homestead Rd.

$ 3.5

B157

Benton St. Bike Lanes: Monroe St. to Railroad Ave.

$ 0.2
B158

De La Cruz Blvd. Bike Lanes: Central Expwy to Brokaw Rd

$ 0.7
B159

Hetch-Hetchy Trail: Calabazas Creek to Lick Mill Blvd

$ 6.6
B160

Lafayette St. Bike Lanes: Calle de Luna to Yerba Buena Way

$ 0.3
B161

San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail Underpass at 49er Stadium

$ 4.2
B162

Calabazas Boulevard Bike Lanes from Monroe Street to Cabrillo

$ 0.3
B163

Monroe Street Bike Lanes from Lawrence Expressway to San Tomas-Aquino Creek

$ 0.9

B164

San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail/Agnew Road At-grade Improvements

$ 0.4
B165

San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail Pavement Rehabilitation Project

$ 0.4
B166

San Tomas Aquino Creek Spur Trail Phase III along San Tomas Expressway from Homestead Rd to Stevens Creek Boulevard

$ 8.5
B167

Class I Bicycle Parking (lockers)

$ 0.5
B168

Class II Bicycle Parking (Racks)

$ 0.2

Santa Clara County

B169

Santa Teresa Blvd. Bicycle Delineation and Shoulder Widening (BEP Submittal)

$ 0.6
B170

Watsonville Rd. Shoulders from Santa Teresa Blvd. to SR-152 (BEP Submittal)

$ 7.9
B171

Oregon-Page Mill/I-280 interchange interim bike improvements (BEP Submittal)

$ 0.2
B172

Fitzgerald Ave. Bicycle Shoulder widening from Santa Teresa Blvd. to Monterey Hwy. (BEP Submittal)

$ 2.4
B173

Coyote Creek Trail: Hellyer Park to Malaguerra Ave (BEP Submittal)

$ 3.2
B174

Trails in Expressway Rights-of-Way (BEP Submittal)

$ 30.0
B175

Trails in County Roads Rights-of-Way (BEP Submittal)

$ 55.0
B176

Expressway and Santa Teresa Corridor Bike Detection (BEP Submittal)

$ 1.0
B177

Popular Bicycle Rural Roads Improvements (BEP Submittal)

$ 5.0
B178

McKean Rd. Shoulder Improvements: Harry Rd. to Bailey Ave. (BEP Submittal)

$ 7.4
B179

Los Gatos Creek Trail: Lark Ave. to Blossom Hill Dr. (BEP Submittal)

$ 1.8
B180

Doyle Rd bicycle and pedestrian trail connection to Saratoga Creek Trail (BEP Submittal)

$ 0.5
B181

Safe Routes to School Direct Education Programming

$ 55.0
B182

Countywide Safe Routes To School (SRTS) Coordination

$ 48.5
B183

Fitzgerald Ave. Bicycle Shoulder widening from Santa Teresa Blvd. to Monterey Hwy. (BEP Submittal)

$ 2.4

B184

Trails in Expressway Rights-of-Way (BEP Submittal)

$ 30.0

B185

Trails in County Roads Rights-of-Way (BEP Submittal)

$ 55.0

B186

Expressway and Santa Teresa Corridor Bike Detection (BEP Submittal)

$ 1.0

B187

Popular Bicycle Rural Roads Improvements (BEP Submittal)

$ 5.0
B188

Los Gatos Creek Trail: Lark Ave. to Blossom Hill Dr. (BEP Submittal)

$ 1.8

B189

Doyle Rd bicycle and pedestrian trail connection to Saratoga Creek Trail (BEP Submittal)

$ 0.5

B190

Safe Routes to School Direct Education Programming

$ 55.0

B191

Countywide Safe Routes To School (SRTS) Coordination

$ 48.5

Saratoga

B192

Blue Hills School RR Crossing Safety Project

$ 0.7
B193

Saratoga Ave Sidewalk Pedestrian Improvements

$ 0.4
B194

Highway 9 Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project (Phase 5)

$ 2.3
B195

Citywide Accessible Pedestrian Signals

$ 0.4
B196

Joe’s Trail: Saratoga-Sunnyvale Rd to Prospect Rd

$ 0.9

B197

Saratoga-to-the-Sea Trail: From Saratoga Village to Quarry Park

$ 3.0
B198

Saratoga-to-the-Sea Trail: From Quarry Park to Sanborn Park

$ 2.5

B199

Citywide Dedicated Bicycle Lanes

$ 1.3

B200

Dedicated Bicycle Lanes on Prospect Road: From Stelling Rd to Fremont Older

$ 2.7

B201

Lighted Crosswalk with Rapid Flash Beacons at Quito Rd and McCoy Ave

$ 0.1

B202

Lighted Crosswalk with Rapid Flash Beacons at Cox Ave and Miller Ave

$ 0.1

B203

Quito Rd sidewalk gap closure and Bike Lane Improvements: From SR 85 to Allendale Ave

$ 0.3

Sunnyvale

B204

Buildout of City's Bike Plan

$ 5.0
B205

Build-out of City's Pedestrian and Safe Route to School Plans

$ 5.0
B206

Install pedestrian countdown signals in Sunnyvale

$ 0.2
B207

Intersections and improve sidewalks throughout the city of Sunnyvale

$ 18.0
B208

Fair Oaks / Tasman East Channel Trail from Greenbelt to Tasman Drive

$ 0.7

B209

Fair Oaks Junction Trail from Arques Ave to Wolfe Road along East Channel Trail

$ 0.2

B210

Olive Avenue Bike Lanes: Mathilda to Fair Oaks

$ 0.0

B211

Belleville Way Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: Fremont to Homestead

$ 0.1
B212

Bernardo Avenue Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: El Camino Real to Evelyn

$ 0.2

B213

Bernardo Ave Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: Remington to Homestead

$ 0.2
B214

Bernardo Avenue Caltrain Undercrossing: Evelyn Avenue to Central Expressway

$ 9.8
B215

California Ave Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: Mary to Fair Oaks

$ 0.2
B216

El Camino Real Bike Lanes: West City Limits to East City Limits (plus bike detection at 13 intersections)

$ 0.4

B217

Fair Oaks Ave Bike Lanes, Medians, and Detection: Old San Francisco Road to Ahwanee Avenue

$ 1.2

B218

Hollenbeck Avenue Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: Danforth Drive to Alberta Avenue

$ 0.2

B219

Java Drive Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: Via Road Diet from Mathilda to Crossman Avenue

$ 0.1

B220

Lakewood/Sandia Drive Bike Lanes

$ 0.0

B221

Mary Avenue Bike Lanes: Fremont to Maude

$ 1.8

B222

Mathilda Avenue Bike Lanes: US 101 to El Camino Real

$ 4.1

B223

Maude Avenue Bike Lanes: Mathilda to Wolfe

$ 0.8

B224

Moffett Park Area East Channel Trail and West Channel Trail

$ 4.8

B225

Sunnyvale Stevens Creek Trail and Structures: Dale/Heatherstone to Homestead Road (2.5 mi bike path, 4 structures and 1.2 mi bike lane)

$ 20.0

B226

Tasman Drive Bike Lanes and Bike Detection: Via Road Diet from Fair Oaks Avenue to Reamwood Drive

$ 0.3

VTA

B227

Upper Penitencia Creek Trail Connector Phase 1: Berryessa BART Station (OBAG)

$ 2.12

B228

Capitol Caltrain Station Undercrossing

$ 9.29

B229

Countywide Complete Streets Program

$ 100.0
B230

Vision Zero Santa Clara County

$ 100.0
B231

Countywide Bicycle Superhighway Program-Santa Clara County

$ 325.0
B232

Implementation of Countywide Bicycle Plan

$ 175.0
B233

First Mile-Last Mile Transit Connections: Bike Access

$ 20.0

B234

First-Last Mile Transit Connections: Pedestrian Access to Transit Plan Implementation

$ 35.0

VTA/SJ

B235

Capitol Expressway Pedestrian/Bicycle Crossing at Eastridge Transit Center

$ 1.5

VTA/SJ/SC

B236

Santa Clara Caltrain Station Undercrossing Extension

$ 13.7

total PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLE PROJECTS

 2,549.8

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