2012/13 List of Approved BTA Projects!

The recommended 2012-13 Bicycle Transportation Account (BTA) projects have been approved by our Director.  Out of 39 projects selected (worth almost $12 million in BTA funds) statewide, District 3’s Local Agencies managed to get 9 projects (worth $2.9 million in BTA funds) which is roughly a quarter of the total program!  This is great news for our local agencies, so CONGRATULATIONS!  The selected agencies/projects/funds are listed below.

I want to point out that the City of Chico and Town of Truckee projects are asterisked because their BTA Approved funding was reduced slightly ($15-20k reduction) in order to balance the BTA program.  Nine projects statewide were randomly chosen for slight reductions; we have two of them.

Applicant Project Title Project Description BTA $ Approved
City of Chico* 1st and 2nd Streets Couplet Project – Phase II Class I Bikeway on the Esplanade between Broadway and Memorial.  $          512,504
City of Oroville Oroville Dam Blvd East Bikeway Project Construct 2.7 miles of Class II bikeway within the existing right-of-way on SR-162 and Oro Dam Boulevard East.    $          162,900
County of El Dorado Green Valley Road Class II Bikeway Design and construct 2.84 miles of Class II Bikeway in existing paved shoulders.    $          288,000
City of South lake Tahoe City of South Lake Tahoe Bicycle Trail Rehabilittion Full depth reclamation of 1.97 miles of the City’s  bike trail system.    $          475,452
Town of Truckee* Brockway Road Trail The Brockway Road Trail project will construct 0.5 mile of Class I bike path.  $          654,750
City of Roseville Downtown Specific Plan Bikeway along Dry Creek Construct Class I bikeway along Dry Creek for 0.16 mile and install Class III signs and striping on an existing  access road within Royer Park for 0.14 mile.  $          136,000
City of Sacramento 65th Street Bike Lane Project Construct new bike lanes along 65th Street between 4th Avenue and Folsom Boulevard.   $          303,300
City of Live Oak Live Oak Bike Trail Phase 3 Construct a Class I bikeway along the existing abandoned railroad right of way.  $          195,761
City of Yuba City Butte House Road Bikeway Extension Widen each side of Butte House Road for Class II Bikeways between Royo Ranchero Drive and Madison Road.  $          170,000

About John Hoole

John, as the District Local Assistance Engineer, is responsible for the administration of the Local Assistance Program in District 3, which covers local and regional agencies in eleven Sacramento Valley and Northern Sierra Counties. He supervises a group of 10-12 Engineers and Planners who ensure delivery of State and Federal funds to the locals. His experience in the District includes Design, Project Management, and Programming, and prior to the District he worked as a Transportation Engineer with the Federal Highway Administration.

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