California Senate Bill 1 (SB1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 will fund critical transportation infrastructure projects throughout our state. SB1 is funded through gas/diesel taxes and a new annual vehicle fee. The City of Santa Rosa Transportation and Public Works have identified important backlogged street/road repairs that will rehabilitate failing pavement and enhance bicycle and pedestrian travel for Santa Rosa residents.
The League of California City's has estimated that Santa Rosa will receive a total of $2,935,933 for FY 2018-2019. The City anticipates that SB1 will generate $3.9 million in additional road maintenance funds once fully implemented. Even with this new funding, we are still left with a shortfall of approximately $10 million annually.
For a list of SB1 funded projects visit: https://srcity.org/2855/SB1-Projects