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Transportation agencies in the Shasta region authorized over $122 million of federal and state funds for local streets, roads, bicycle, pedestrian and transit-related projects in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2017-18. FFYs run from October 1 to September 30. SRTA is annually required to report on these funds within ninety days following the end (September 30) of the respective fiscal year.
State and local road project
information (including bicycle and pedestrian walkway projects) is provided by
Caltrans, and enhanced by adding SRTA Federal Transportation Improvement
Program (FTIP) numbering for all projects except for the emergency relief ones
which are not programmed through the FTIP. SRTA also collects transit
data from U.S. Department of Transportation grants awards reported by Shasta
County local public transit providers.
Just over one-half ($65.7 million) of the $122 million authorized was for the
Interstate 5 Redding to Anderson Six-Lane Project, using Trade Corridor
Enhancement Program revenues generated by the Road Repair and Accountability
Act of 2017 (Senate Bill 1).