REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
EXTENSION PROJECTS

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The Measure C Regional Program is intended to address transportation needs that stretch across the County. It is split into Urban and Rural subprograms, each of which has a list of priority projects. Some of the projects are on the State Highway System while others are on major City and County arterials. Funding for these projects comes not only from the current Measure C Extension, but also from the Original Measure C, the Regional Transportation Mitigation Fee Program, and State and Federal transportation dollars through the State Transportation Improvement Program. Working together with our partners at the Fresno County Council of Governments as well as the various agencies tasked with delivery of these projects, priorities have been identified and funding allocated.

We are a little over half way through the Measure C Extension and we have made significant progress towards completing these priority projects. To date six Urban and six Rural projects are complete, four Urban projects have some project phases built with others in process, and all but two of the remaining Urban and Rural projects have received funding for environmental evaluation, design, right of way, or construction phases.

The following projects are part of the Regional Transportation Program of the Measure C Extension. Approximately $357 million has been divided equally between the urban and rural areas of the County, and more than $12 million will pay for improvements to Fresno Yosemite International and Chandler Airports.

The funding for the Regional Transportation Program comes from three sources – fifty percent from Measure C, twenty percent from the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), and thirty percent from the Regional Transportation Mitigation Impact Fee program (RTMF). The RTMF program is developed and approved by the Fresno COG and Transportation Authority in conjunction with all local jurisdictions. It will become effective no later than January 1, 2010 and shall cover the entire 20-year period of Measure C Extension.

Fresno COG, the Authority’s Regional Planning Agency, will prioritize the Measure C Extension projects and will assign the funding allocations and schedule completion dates for each project. Projects will begin as funding from one or all the sources indicated above are made available as laid out in the Measure C Extension Regional Transportation Program Handbook (Short-Term).

Due to the complexity of prioritizing and ranking the Regional Transportation Program projects, the Regional Transportation Program has been divided into the Short-Term and the Long-Term Sub Programs. The Short-Term Sub Program will run from 2007 through 2017 and the Long Term Sub Program will reflect funding for 2017 to 2027. Review of the funding and schedules for projects to be programmed in the Long-Term Sub Program will not begin review until 2014. Updates to the projects in the Regional Transportation Program (and the Regional Transportation Handbook) will be made bi-annually to reflect any changes to project schedules or acceleration of the Program or projects.

ID Project Name Project Description Funding Progress
A SR 180 East Seg II[Map] New multi-lane Freeway on State Route 180 East from Clovis to Temperance.
This project is a holdover from the Original Measure C Expenditure Plan.
Measure C Extension:
$27.58 Million
STIP:
$60.13 Million
State Taxes:
$20 Million
PROJECT COMPLETED (Construction began March 2008 and was completed in November 2010.) Total Project Costs $107.7M.
B SR 180 West Seg II (Brawley to Hughes/West)[Map] Three phase project. B1 – New Freeway on SR 180 West from Brawley to Hughes West. B2- Frontage Road (Realign Ronquio Blvd)
B3-Landscaping & Irrigation.
Original Measure C:
$38 Million
SLPP:
$2.21 Million
STIP:
$5.45 Million
RTMF:
$0.55 Million
Measure C Extension:
$5.31 Million
Phase B1 – Completed 12-08
Phase B2 – Completed
Phase B3 – Scheduled (See Detail Below)
PHASES
  B1 New Freeway on SR 180 West from Brawley to Hughes West. Total Phase Cost $38M Original Measure C:
$38 Million
Phase Completed 12/08 – Grand Total Project Costs $83.1 Million
  B2 Construct Frontage Road, Realign Ronquio Blvd and Install Traffic Signal. Total Phase Costs $7.519M Measure C Extension:
$5.31 Million
SLPP:
$2.21 Million
Phase – Completed 2015
  B3 Install Landscaping & Irrigation on the new freeway from Brawley to Teilman Avenue (Hughes/West Connector). Total Phase Cost $5.122M RTMF:
$0.55 Million
STIP:
$4.57 Million
Design – Completed (2012)
Right of Way- Completed (2013)
Construction – In-Progress: 2015-2021
C SR41/168/180[Map] New Braided Ramps adding capacity for safe connection between State Routes 41, 168 & 180. Funding accelerated with Measure C Extension and State Highway Operation & Protection Program – Mobility (SHOPP). One of the first Design/Build projects approved. State Taxes:
$55 Million
Original Measure C:
$12.7 Million
Due to cost savings the project has been accelerated and chosen as a Design/Build. Begin 2011.
Amount Expended in FY 17/18: $223,325
Construction – Completed
Landscaping Plant Establishment – Ongoing
D Willow Avenue[Map] On Willow Ave from Barstow to Copper Ave complete to 6-Lane Divided Road and retrofit existing bike paths. Measure C Extension:
$15.38 Million
Federal Aid:
$4.34 Million
State Taxes:
$250,000
Local Development Fees:
$3.75 Million
Project to be built in 10 phases.
Total costs of all phases is $23.713M
Projected Completion – 2020
PHASES
D1 Construct 2nd & 3rd northbound lanes with median, landscaping from Shepperd to Copper Ave. and traffic signal at Perrin Avenue. Measure C Extension:
$6.35 Million
Local Development Fees:
$1.59 Million
Design and ROW – Begin: 2014
Construction – Begin: 2015 End: 2020
  D2 Construct outside travel lane on the East side of roadway, median and landscaping from Teague to Perrin Ave. Measure C Extension:
$322 Million
Local Development Fees:
$453,000
PHASE D2 COMPLETED 2009.
TOTAL COST $775,000
  D2A Install traffic signal and intersection improvements at Willow and Shepherd Avenue. Federal Aid:
$1.78 Million
Local Development Fees:
$312,000
Measure C Extension:
$353 Million
PHASE D2A COMPLETED
TOTAL COST $2.446M
Began: 2007
Ended: 2008
  D3 Construct outside travel lane on the East side of the roadway, sidewalk, street lights and landscaping from Alluvial for 1/4 mile. Measure C Extension:
$554 Million
Local Development Fees:
$139,000
PHASE D3 COMPLETED
Begin: 2011/2012

End: 2018
  D4A Construct South bound lane on West side of Roadway, median, curbs and landscaping from Teague to Shepherd Ave. Measure C Extension:
$289 Million
Local Development Fees:
$72,000
PHASE D4A COMPLETED IN 2009.
TOTAL COST $361,000
  D4B Widen to 3 Southbound lanes from Shepherd Avenue to Behymer Avenue. Local Development Fees:
$715,000
Measure C Extension:
$2.86 Million
PHASE D4B COMPLETED

Begin: 2009
End: 2015

  D5 Widen to 3 Southbound lanes from Decatur Avenue to Shepherd Avenue. Federal Aid:
$2.56 Million
Measure C Extension:
$1.34 Million
Design – COMPLETED
ROW – COMPLETED
Construction – COMPLETED 2016
  D6 Widen to 3 Southbound lanes form International Avenue to Copper Avenue. Measure C Extension:
$571 Million
Local Development Fees:
$143,000
Design – 2017
Construction – Begin: 2017 End: 2027
  D7 Widen to 3 Southbound lanes from Herndon Avenue to Alluvial Avenue. Measure C Extension:
$1.29 Million
Local Development Fees:
$322,000
Design – Begin: 2014 End: 2015 
ROW – Begin: 2014 End: 2015 
Construction – Begin: 2017 End: 2027
  D8 Retrofit Willow Avenue to six lanes from Barstow Ave. to Herndon Ave., provide intersection improvements at Bullard Avenue and will also install bicycle paths. Project phase includes design, right of way purchase and construction. State Taxes:
$250,000
Measure C Extension:
$1.45 Million
PHASE D8 COMPLETED
Design – Completed
ROW – Completed
Construction – Completed 2015
E Temperance Avenue[Map] Widen Temperance Ave from Bullard to Shepherd Ave to a 4-Lane Divided Road. SLPP:
$2.03 Million
Federal Aid:
$455,000
Measure C Extension:
$3.14 Million
This project will be built in 3 segment phases. Total Project Costs $5.624M
PHASES
E1 Widen to 4-Lane divided expressway from the Enterprise Canal to Nees Avenue and install a traffic signal at Nees Avenue. This phase includes design, right-of-way and construction. SLPP:
$728,000
Measure C Extension:
$1.44 Million
Design – Completed
ROW- Competed
Construction- Completed 2015
  E2 Widen to a 4-Lane divided Expressway from Bullard Avenue to Herndon Avenue and install traffic signal at Sierra Avenue. This phase includes design and construction. SLPP:
$1.3 Million
Federal Aid:
$101,000
Measure C Extension:
$1.49 Million
Design – Completed
Construction – Completed 2015
  E3 Widen to a 4-Lane Expressway with sidewalk, street lights and landscaping from Nees to Shepherd Avenue with traffic signal at Shepherd Avenue. This phase includes design, right-of-way and construction. Local Development Fees:
$354,000
Measure C Extension:
$215,000
Design – Begin: 2012 End: 2013
Construction – Begin: 2013 End: 2019
F Ventura Boulevard[Map] Widen Ventura Boulevard from State Route 41 to State Route 99 to a 4-Lane Divided Road. This project includes design, right-of-way and construction. Local Development Fees:
$200 Million
Measure C Extension:
$6.14 Million
Design – COMPLETED
ROW – Begin: 2011 End: 2012
Construction – Begin: 2013 End: 2027
G SR99 Monterey Bridge Demolition[Map] Demolish the Monterey Street Bridge in downtown Fresno from Broadway to Golden State Boulevard for safety reasons. Original scope was to retrofit bridge however after inspections it was deemed unsafe to repair and too costly to replace. Measure C Extension:
$1.6 Million
Construction – Completed
H California Ave Widening[Map] Widen California Ave to a 4-Lane Divided Road from Ventura Ave to Fruit Ave. This project has been phased into two segments. The first segment is completed. The second segment will be funded in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program (2017-2027). Measure C Extension:
$2.2 Million
Funding Source TBD:
$12.6 Million
This project has been split into two segment phases.
Phase 1 – COMPLETED
Phase 2 – The funding and schedule of the 2nd Phase is set in the Long-Term Program which was under review by Fresno COG in 2014, and projected 2027 completion.
PHASES
H1 Widen California Avenue from West to Fruit Avenues to a 4-Lane Divided Arterial Measure C Extension:
$2.2 Million
PHASE H1 COMPLETED.
TOTAL COST FOR THIS PHASE WAS $2.2M
  H2 Widen California Avenue to a 4-Lane Divided Arterial Road from Fruit Avenue to Ventura Avenue. Measure C Extension:
$692 Million
Funding Source TBD:
$12 Million
Design – $692,000 done in 2018.
ROW and Construction of Phase H2 will be programmed in the Long-Term sub program. Review of the Long-Term program will began in Fresno COG in 2017 with estimated costs of $12 million.
I Peach Ave Widening[Map] Widen Peach Ave to a 4-Lane Divided Road from State Route 180 to Jensen Ave. Total project costs $25.08M. This project is split into four phases. Phase I2A, I2B, I2C and I3. The ultimate project will widen Peach Ave from two to four lanes with median l State Taxes:
$867,000
Measure C Extension:
$8.99 Million
SLPP:
$3.65 Million
Local Development Fees:
$2.91 Million
Phase I2A – Completed 2012
Phase I2B – Begin: 2010 End: 2019
Phase I2C – Begin: 2017 End: 2027
Phase I3 – Completed 2015
PHASES
I2A Install a new traffic signal on Peach Avenue at Church Avenue Measure C Extension:
$250,000
State Taxes:
$267,000
PHASE I2A COMPLETED
Begin: 2011 
End: 2012
  I2B Phase I2B will widen Peach Avenue from Butler Avenue to Church Avenue (SJV Railroad Crossing) from two lanes to four lanes with protected left-turn lanes, median landscaping, bike lanes and streetlights. Measure C Extension:
$682,000
Local Development Fees:
$1.9 Million
Design – Begin: 2010
ROW – Begin: 2016
Construction: Begin: 2017 End: 2019
  I2C Phase I2C will purchase Right-of-Way to widen Peach Avenue to 4 lanes between Jensen Avenue to Butler Avenue providing median landscaping, protected left-turn lanes, bike lanes, streetlights and traffic signal at Butler Avenue. This phase is for Right-of- Local Development Fees:
$1.01 Million
Funding Source TBD:
$15.69 Million
Design – Begin: 2017 End: 2018
ROW – Begin: 2017 End: 2018
Construction: End: 2027
I3 I3 will Widen Peach Avenue to 4 Lanes from State Route 180 to Butler Avenue. It will also provide median landscaping, protected left-turn lanes, bike lanes, landscaping, streetlights and installation of new traffic signals at Huntington Boulevard. Total P SLPP:
$3.65 Million
Measure C Extension:
$8.06 Million
State Taxes:
$600,000
Project I3 COMPLETED
Design: Begin: 2009
ROW: Begin: 2010
Construction: Begin: 2013 End: 2015
J SR41 Auxiliary Lane[Map] Widen State Route 41 and build Auxiliary Lanes and improve on/off ramps from Tulare Street to O Street. This project will be programmed in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program. Funding Source TBD:
$21.59 Million
Project J COMPLETED 2018
The funding and schedule for this project was set in the Long-Term Program, began review at Fresno COG in 2014.
K Herndon Ave Widening[Map] Complete the widening of Herndon Ave to a 6-Lane Divided Road from State Route 99 to De Wolf Ave and retrofit existing bike paths. This project has been divided into 12 segment phases with a total cost of $115.844M. $94.511M has yet to be programmed. Measure C Extension:
$9.6 Million
Federal Aid:
$8.66 Million
Funding Source TBD:
$94.51 Million
Local Development Fees:
$2.82 Million
State Taxes:
$295,000
This project was split into 12 segment phases. (As of 2010 Phase 4 has been dropped.)
Phases K8 and K9 and the construction portion of Phases K10 will be programmed in the Long-Term Sub Program (2010-2027).
PHASES
K01 This phase widened Herndon Ave to 6-lanes from Willow Ave to Clovis Ave. This phase also installed traffic signals, sidewalks, landscaping medians, street lights and curb and gutter work. Measure C Extension:
$646,000
State Taxes:
$295,000
Federal Aid:
$1.96 Million
Local Development Fees:
$915,000
Original Measure C:
$120,000
COMPLETED
  K02 Widen Herndon Ave to 6-Lanes from Clovis Avenue to Fowler Avenue providing dual left turn lanes, install traffic signals, sidewalks and medians curb and gutters. Total Project Costs $2.063 million. Local Development Fees:
$38,000
SLPP:
$799,000
Measure C Extension:
$1.23 Million
PHASE K02 COMPLETED
Design – Beg: 2009 End: 2011

ROW – Beg: 2009 End: 2012
Construction – Beg 2013 End 2015
  K03 This phase will widen Herndon Avenue from Temperance Ave to DeWolf Ave, provide dual left-turn lanes, install traffic signals and sidwalks. Total Project Costs $12.403 million. Measure C Extension:
$9.92 Million
Local Development Fees:
$2.48 Million
Design – Beg: 2015 End: 2017
ROW – Beg: 2016 End: 2017
Construction – Beg: 2017 End: 2020
K5A Widen Herndon Avenue to 6-Lanes from Brawley Avenue to Valentine Avenue. Total Project Costs $2.951 million. Local Development Fees:
$15,000
Federal Aid:
$1.77 Million
Measure C Extension:
$1.17 Million
PHASE K5A COMPLETED 2016
Design – Beg: 2010 End: 2012

ROW – Beg: 2011 End: 2012 
Construction – Beg: 2012 End: 2016
  K5B Widen East-Bound Herndon Avenue to 6-Lanes from Blythe Avenue to Brawley Avenue. Total Project Costs $1.936 million. Measure C Extension:
$1.12 Million
SLPP:
$818,000
PHASE K5B COMPLETED
Design/ROW/Construction – Beg: 2012 End: 2013
  K5C Widen West-bound Herndon Avenue to 6-Lanes from Blythe Avenue to Brawley Avenue. Total Project costs $928,000. Measure C Extension:
$108,000
Federal Aid:
$820,000
Design – Begin: 2013 End: 2014
ROW – Begin: 2014 End: 2015
Construction – Begin: 2015 End: 2019
  K06 This phase widened Herndon Avenue from Valentine Avenue to Marks Avenue to 6-Lanes providing median landscaping. Total Project Costs $2.936 million. Federal Aid:
$2.13 Million
Measure C Extension:
$807 Million
PHASE K06 COMPLETED 2014
  K07 Widen Herndon Ave to 6-Lanes from SR99 to Weber Avenue and install dual left-turn lanes at Golden State Boulevard. THIS PHASE IS COMPLETED. Total Project Costs $5.524 Million Measure C Extension:
$996,000
Federal Aid:
$4.53 Million
PHASE K07 COMPLETED 2012
  K08 This phase will be programmed in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program (2017-2027). Funding costs is estimated at $26.365. This project will widen the Herndon Avenue Undercrossing at SR99 to five lanes. Funding Source TBD:
$26.36 Million
Begin: 2017 End: 2027
  K09 Construct a 6-Lane Underpass under the Union Pacific Rail Road Crossing located at Herndon and Weber Avenues. Funding Source TBD:
$61.37 Million
This phase will be programmed in the Long-Term Program (2017-2027).
  K10 Widen Herndon Ave to 6-Lanes from Weber Ave to Polk Ave. The Design portion of this phase in programmed in the Regional Transportation Short Term Program. The Construction portion of this phase will be programmed in the Long-Term Program (2017-2027). Measure C Extension:
$5.42 Million
Local Development Fees:
$1.36 Million
Design – Begin: 2017 End: 2018
The funding and schedule for Construction will be set in the Long-Term Program which began review at COG in 2015, set for 2021 completion.
  K11 Widen BNSF Rail Road Overpass to 6-Lanes. The Design only portion of this phase ($858,000) is programmed in the Short-Term Regional Transportation Program and the Right-of-Way and Construction will be programmed in the Long-Term Program. Local Development Fees:
$1.5 Million
Measure C Extension:
$6.39 Million
Design – Begin: 2012 End: 2016
ROW & Construction – Begin: TBD End: 2023
L Shaw Ave Upgrades[Map] Improve Shaw Ave from Sunnyside to McCall to 6-Lane Divided Road upgrading traffic signals and grade crossings. Local Development Fees:
$2.45 Million
Measure C Extension:
$9.82 Million
This project has been split into 2 segment phases in the Short-Term Sub Program.
PHASES
L1 Widen to a 6-Lane divided Expressway, street lights sidewalk and traffic signal from Local to DeWolf Avenue. Local Development Fees:
$387,000
Measure C Extension:
$1.55 Million
Design – Begin: 2011 End: 2013
ROW – Begin: 2011 End: 2013
Construction – Begin: 2013 End: 2020
  L2 Widen to a 6-Lane divided Expressway, install outside travel lane, street lights, median, landscaping and undercrossing from DeWolf to McCall Avenue. Measure C Extension:
$8.27 Million
Local Development Fees:
$2.07 Million
Design – Begin: 2012 End: 2014
ROW – Begin: 2014 End: 2015
Construction – Begin: 2014 End: 2020
M SR 99 Interchanges[Map] Improve State Route 99 Interchanges at North and Cedar Avenues. This project will be funded in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program (2017-2027). Funding Source TBD:
$81.61 Million
The funding and schedule for this project will be programmed in the Long-Term Sub Program was under review at COG in 2014. Project Schedule 2024
N Veteran’s Boulevard[Map] This project has been split into two segment phases. Phase 1 covers Design/ROW of a Freeway Interchange & Grade Separation at UPRR crossing & Golden State Blvd. Phase 2 will connect the Interchange to Shaw & Herndon and will be funded in the Long Term Pr Original Measure C:
$8.84 Million
Measure C Extension:
$3.25 Million
RTMF:
$4.26 Million
STIP:
$14.87 Million
Local Development Fees:
$500,000
Phase 1. Design – Begin: 2008 End: 2011
Phase 1. ROW – Begin: 2016 End: 2020
Phase 2. Design – Begin: 2010 End: 2012
Phase 2. ROW – Begin: 2016 End: 2020
Construction for both phases to be programmed in the Long-Term Program (2017-2027).
PHASES
N1 Design of Veterans Boulevard to its ultimate six-lanes between Barstow Ave and Bullard Ave, with a new Over Crossing of SR 99 a bridge spanning Golden State Blvd, at grade separation of rail road crossing; 4-lanes from Bullard to Herndon & Barstow to Shaw Original Measure C:
$12.09 Million
RTMF:
$4.26 Million
STIP:
$14.87 Million
Phase N1 is Design and ROW only. Design: Beg: 2008 End: 2011
ROW – Beg: 2016 End: 2017
Construction to begin in Long-Term Program (2017-2027).
Amount Expended in FY 17/18: $223,325
  N2 Phase N2 will Connect SR99 Interchange to Shaw & Herndon Avenues with 4-lanes from Bullard to Herndon and Barstow to Shaw. The project will include traffic signals at SR99 at Shaw, Bullard & Herndon Avenues & the Golden State Blvd connector roadway. Desi Local Development Fees:
$2.61 Million
Original Measure C:
$765,000
Phase N2. Design – Beg: 2010 End: 2012
Phase N2. ROW – Beg: 2016 End: 2017
Construction to be programmed in the Long-Term Program (2017-2027).
ID Project Name Project Description Funding Progress
A SR 180 West[Map] Create passing lanes in each direction on State Route 180 West (Whitesbridge Road) from Yuba Ave to James Ave. Measure C Extension:
$12.28 Million
Project A COMPLETED 2018
Design – Completed
Right of Way (ROW) – Begin: 2012 End: 2013
Construction – Begin: 2013 End: 2018
B SR 180 East Seg III[Map] Widen State Route 180 East from Temperance to Academy Ave to a 4-Lane Divided Expressway. PROJECT COMPLETED-TOTAL PROJECT COSTS $78.443M Federal Aid:
$19.61 Million
STIP:
$28.27 Million
Original Measure C:
$30.56 Million
PROJECT COMPLETED. Original Measure C Program Funds. This project was accelerated using Original Measure C funds and leveraging Federal Stimulus ARRP funds. Began: 2009 Completed: 2011
C SR 180 East Seg IV[Map] Widen State Route 180 East from Academy to Trimmer Springs to a 2-Lane Expressway on 4-Lane right-of-way. This project has been accelerated using Original Measure, State and Local Partnership and Extension Measure Regional Transportation Mitigation Fee ( Measure C Extension:
$9.44 Million
RTMF:
$3.47 Million
Original Measure C:
$13.13 Million
SLPP:
$11.55 Million
Project C COMPLETED 2013
Part of the Original Measure C Program.
Design – Completed;
ROW – Completed
Construction phase accelerated to began in 2013.Amount Expended in FY 17/18: $6,300
D SR 180 East Seg V[Map] Widen SR180 East to a 2-Lane Expressway from Trimmer Springs to Frankwood Avenue. The Design and part of the Right of Way portion of this project was accelerated using $13.589 Original Measure funds. The total project costs is $90.948M. STIP:
$57.76 Million
Original Measure C:
$13.59 Million
Measure C Extension:
$19.6 Million
Part of the Original Measure C Program.
Design – In Progress
ROW – In Progress
Construction Phase – Begin: 2016 End: 2020Amount Expended in FY 17/18: $6,300
E Friant Road Widening[Map] Widen Friant Road from Copper Ave to Millerton to a 4-Lane. Total Project Costs $4.120 Million. Measure C Extension:
$4.12 Million
PROJECT COMPLETED
Began: 2008
Ended: 2009
F Golden State Boulevard[Map] Corridor and Economic improvements to Golden State Boulevard from American Ave. to Tulare County line. Costs for Right-of-Way and Construction to be determined after the design portion is completed. Total Project Cost to be determined after Design phase Measure C Extension:
$6.83 Million
Design – In Progress
Environmental – Begin: 2013 End: 2014
ROW and Construction to be programmed in the Long-Term Program which was under review at COG beginning 2016. Total Project Cost to be determined after Design. 2021 scheduled completion.
G SR 269 Bridge Improvement[Map] Construct a new bridge and channel on SR269 between SR198 and Huron to address seasonal road closures due to flooding. This project will be programmed in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program (2017-2027). Funding Source TBD:
$39.8 Million
This project’s funding and schedule will be programmed in the Long-Term Program which began the review process at COG in 2014. Scheduled for 2021 completion.
H SR 180 West I5 Extension[Map] Route Adoption Study to extend State Route 180 West to Interstate 5 as a 3-Lane undivided highway. This $82.761 million project will be scheduled in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program which will begin review in 2014. Funding Source TBD:
$82.76 Million
The funding and schedule for this project will be programmed in the Long-Term Program which began the review process by COG in 2014. No funding available.
I Mountain View Ave Widening[Map] Widen Mountain View Ave to a 4-Lane Divided road from Bethel Ave to the Tulare County line. Measure C Extension:
$15.22 Million
SLPP:
$8.84 Million
Project I COMPLETED 2018
Design – Complete
ROW – Complete
Construction – Begin: 2012 End: 2018
J Academy Ave Widening[Map] Widen Academy Ave from Manning Ave to Industrial Way in Parlier. PROJECT COMPLETED 08/12 WITH $1.6 IN COSTS SAVINGS. Measure C Extension:
$1.95 Million
Project J COMPLETED 2012
Design/Right of Way – COMPLETED
Construction – COMPLETED
K SR99 American Ave Interchange Improvement[Map] Improve American Avenue Interchange on State Route 99. This project will be programmed in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program (2017-2027). Funding Source TBD:
$10.38 Million
The funding and schedule of this project will be programmed in the Long-Term Program which began the review process at COG in 2014. Scheduled for 2024 completion.
L I-5 Interchange Improvement[Map] Construct Interchange Improvement at the State Route 99 Interstate 5 Connection. This project will be programmed in the Long-Term Regional Transportation Program (2017-2027). Funding Source TBD:
$18.24 Million
The funding and schedule for this project will be set in the Long-Term Program which began the review process at COG in 2014. Scheduled for 2027 completion.