Senate Bill (SB) 1 Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017
Accountability and Reform Measures
SB 1 includes a number of reforms:
- Requires the Commission to allocate Caltrans' Capital Outlay Support (preconstruction) for SHOPP projects, consistent with the Commission’s recommendation in the 2016 Annual Report.
- Requires the newly created Independent Office of Audits & Investigations within Caltrans to ensure the Administration, Legislature, and Commission are fully informed concerning fraud, improper activities or other serious abuses or deficiencies related to the expenditure of transportation funds or administration of Caltrans’ programs and operations.
- Creates an Advance Mitigation program to accelerate project delivery while meeting applicable environmental requirements, and funds the program with an annual set aside of $30 million for the next four years from the annual appropriations for the STIP and the SHOPP.
Requires Caltrans to include in their Transportation Asset Management Plan the condition targets for various assets that are included in the bill, and requires the Commission to hold Caltrans accountable to achieving those targets through regular reporting. These targets include:
- 98 percent of pavement in good or fair condition
- 90 percent of culverts in good or fair condition
- 90 percent of transportation management system units in good condition
- 500 or more bridges fixed
- Requires the Commission to hold accountable both Caltrans and the cities/counties receiving road repair and maintenance funding through annual reporting.
- Requires Caltrans to implement efficiency measures to generate savings (at least $100 million each year) to invest in maintenance and rehabilitation of the state highway system, and to report annually to the Commission the savings it achieves.
- Sunsets the Traffic Congestion Relief Program.
Accountability and Transparency Reports
SB 1 also places upon the Commission the responsibility to track the performance of all SB 1 funded programs under its purview and report to the public how well recipients of SB 1 funds are delivering on promises made to the taxpayers. A separate webpage is under development and will be dedicated to regular reporting on the use of SB 1 funds.
CTC SB 1 Accountability and Transparency Information
- Senate Bill 1 Baseline Agreement Template (Template functionality works best using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC)
- Senate Bill 1 - August 2018 Baseline Agreement Documents
- TCEP - Route 395 Widening
- TCEP - Etiwanda Avenue Grade Separation
- TCEP - Fyffe Avenue Grade Separation
- TCEP - Rt 101-25 Interchange Improvements Phase 1
- TCEP - Rice Avenue and Fifth Street Grade Separation
- LPP - Mathilda Avenue Improvements Rt 237 and Rt 101
- SHOPP - Ala-680 Ramp Metering and Traffic Operations Systems
- SHOPP - SR-60 Truck Climbing-Descending Lanes
- SCCP and LPP - San Mateo and Santa Clara US 101 Managed Lanes
- TCEP and SHOPP - California-Mexico Border System Network Improvements
- SCCP and SHOPP - I-5 North Coast Corridor HOV Extension Phase I
- Senate Bill 1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines
- New! Final Amended Guidelines and Amending Resolution: Senate Bill 1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines - August 15, 2018
- Final Amended Guidelines and Amending Resolution: Senate Bill 1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines - May 16, 2018
- Final Guidelines and Adopting Resolution: Senate Bill 1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines - March 21, 2018
- January 31, 2018 Draft Guidelines
- Workshop: SB 1 Accountability Guidelines Development Workshop, Sacramento - January 22, 2018
- Workshop: SB 1 Accountability Guidelines Development Workshop, Oakland - November 16, 2017
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