Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) Projects

City of Carson Release SB1 Local Street and Road Improvement Project List
Local Projects will Improve safety, Extend Road Life
The City of Cason has released a list of (Pavement Rehabilitation Program which includes (4,044,123 sq. ft.) of arterials, secondary arterials and collector roads improvement projects within the next 10 years designed to make it easier and safer to travel in the region. The project list was developed as part of the requirements of Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, which is also providing much of the funding to do the work.

The list includes the following five projects:
  • $1.6 million Del Amo Boulevard -Phase I- Rehabilitation from Avalon Blvd. to Central Ave.
  • $1.6 million Del Amo Boulevard -Phase II- Rehabilitation from Central Ave. to Wilmington Ave.
  • $1.6 million Turmount Street Rehabilitation from Avalon Blvd. to Central Ave.
  • $1.6 million Main Street -Phase I- Rehabilitation from Sepulveda Blvd. to 228th Street.
  • $1.6 million Main Street -Phase II- Rehabilitation from 228th Street to Carson Street.
The full list of projects can be found on the City of Carson Website at the link below.

Other Documents

FY 2017/18: Turmont Street and Del Amo Blvd. Rehabilitation - Project Nos. 1547 and [1411 & 1393]

As of July 27, 2018, all of the required project improvements had been satisfactorily completed by the contractor, ahead of the completion schedule

FY 2018/19: Albertoni Street Rehabilitation from Figueroa Street to Central Ave. - Project No. 1603
The approval of The Plans, Specifications & Estimates (PS&E) and Council authorization to advertise for bids is on 2/7/2019 regular City Council meeting Agenda.
The following is the Project tentative schedule mile stones:

There is also a state component to the new transportation funding. Caltrans also released a list of projects it will be pursuing on the state roads and highways that connect South Bay Cities with the rest of the state. The list includes:
  • I-110 Travel Time Displays
  • $1.9 million traffic management systems project will install 76 wireless Bluetooth detection systems to monitor travel time on Interstate 110 -within the City of Long Beach- from Gaffey Street to I-405.
Taken together, these projects will make significant improvements in the transportation infrastructure, mobility options, create jobs and help grow the local economy.

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