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It certainly feels better when there’s money to give out. In contrast to the last several years of cutting projects and tightening budgets, yesterday’s California Transportation Commission (CTC) meeting approved a lot of spending: the commissioners voted to approve staff recommendations for over $2 billion in projects to be funded by the gas tax.
Most of the public comment was some variety of “thank you so much, now let’s do it.”
The projects, in three programs: Solutions for Congested Corridors, Local Partnerships, and Trade Corridor Enhancement, have not changed since staff announced their recommendations, but the new links above include more details about the projects that were included.
At the same meeting, commissioners also approved guidelines for the fourth