Senate Bill 1

Senate Bill 1

The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017

SB1’s Importance to the Fresno County Region – PowerPoint saved as a pdf file

  • Signed April 28, 2017
  • Invests $52.5 billion over the next decade
  • Augments existing programs and creates new funding programs
  • Creates Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account (RMRA) to allocate a portion of revenues
  • Includes accountability measures for Caltrans and local agencies

 

Visit the SB1 webpage on this website

See where the money is going.  Find transportation projects in your area that the State and local communities are investing in with SB 1 revenue.

Fresno COG staff is often asked about local street and road projects and the funding amounts and sources required to maintain our vast system. So, we prepared this brief video with the help of the Fresno County Transportation Authority, to begin explaining where we stand and new funding provided by SB1:

SB1’s Importance to the Fresno County Region PowerPoint saved as a pdf file

2018-2019 SB 1 Projections per local agency

SB 1 Local Streets and Roads Program Fiscal Year 2018-19 Projected Revenues by City

Local Agency within the Fresno County Region
2018-2019 Fiscal Year SB 1 Funding
Clovis $1,979,188
Coalinga $323,194
Firebaugh $146,560
Fowler $108,839
Fresno $9,396,006
Huron $128,405
Kerman $261,135
Kingsburg $220,465
Mendota $211,352
Orange Cove $167,413
Parlier $276,967
Reedley $467,306
Sanger $471,952
San Joaquin $72,726
Selma $449,508
Fresno County $18,366,084
Total $33,047,100

 

 

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