SB 1 Benefits SoCal Construction Projects

Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, was signed into law on April 28, 2017. This legislative package invests $54 billion over the next decade to fix roads, freeways and bridges in communities across California and puts more dollars toward transit and safety. Funds are split equally between state and local investments. Communities across Southern California now see the benefits from gas tax funds as monies go toward numerous projects.

Funding Impacts Infrastructure Across The Region

South Gate, CA

SB 1 improves ADA accessibility and local streets

Providing good-paying jobs for skilled labor and improving Firestone Boulevard, including ADA accessibility.

Carlsbad, CA

North Coast project improves ecosystem, roads and rail

Enhancing transportation corridors and ecosystems with improvements to roads, bike paths, railroad and lagoon in San Diego County.

La Quinta, CA

Congested corridors get attention thanks to SB 1 funding

Five roundabouts are being installed as part of the $13.6 million La Quinta Village street improvement project.

Adelanto, CA

SB 1 improves safety and traffic times on Highway 395

Talents of skilled labor work to create better traffic flow and additional lanes, making for a safer drive through Adelanto.

Ventura, CA

Roads receive the repairs they need with help from SB 1 funding

Construction crews work tirelessly on a new overlay for Yerba Buena road with safety in mind.

Inglewood, CA

SB 1 helps implement new roads and ramps

Inglewood County construction efforts prove effective as reconstruction of prairie between Manchester and Imperial improves traffic flow for drivers.

Santa Barbara County, CA

Traffic congestion & safety improve with the assistance of SB 1 funding

A 12 mile stretch of highway 101 between Santa Barbara and Carpinteria gets a third lane.

Chino, CA

Skilled crews improve infrastructure on Route 60

Navigating dangerous traffic and heavy equipment, essential construction workers make sure bridges are strong, durable and long-lasting.

Riverside County, CA

Badlands 60 Freeway Improvements Saves Lives

Freeway 60 project provides several crossings for animals in the area.

San Diego County, CA

Otay Mesa SB 1 Project

The Otay Mesa project improves traffic flow for our goods going into Mexico thereby bringing crucial time and cost advantages for our manufacturers and shippers.  Additionally, waiting time at the border crossing will be reduced to a maximum of 20 minutes coming in from Mexico.   Bottlenecks that create idling trucks will be eliminated thereby helping the air quality as well.