What's Happening

Funding from several of the Measure A programs is distributed through a call for projects process. These include local shuttles (Transit), pedestrian and bicycle, and highway funds. Through specific calls for projects, eligible sponsors submit applications, which are then evaluated and prioritized on established criteria. The recommended allocations are then presented to the TA Board of Directors for approval. Calls for Projects are generally held every two years, and are specific for each funding program.

Current Projects

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San Bruno Grade Separation
The $147 million San Bruno Grade Separation Project will elevate the Caltrain tracks above th...
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SM 101 Express Lanes Policy and Governance
This project establishes high-occupancy vehicle lanes from the southern end of San Mateo Coun...
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Route 101 and Broadway

For information on the Sept

Completed Projects

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US 101/Ralston Avenue Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge
Previously, there was no safe, dedicated crossing of US 101 for pedestrians and cyclists betw...
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Highway 101 Auxiliary Lane Project

Auxiliary lanes provide a merging area for cars to enter and exit the freeway

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Half Moon Bay Highway Improvements
As the gateway to Half Moon Bay’s charming and historic downtown, this project will allevia...
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Oyster Point Interchange

The completion of the Oyster Point Interchange in 2005 was a milestone for the TA

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Route 92 Climbing Lanes
Before the improvements to Highway 92 were completed, Caltrans estimated that drivers were 37...
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Marsh Road Interchange

The new Marsh Road Interchange helped alleviate congestion at the U.S

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Interstate 280 Street Overpass

After three years of construction, this project was completed in August 1994

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San Bruno Grade Separation
The $147 million San Bruno Grade Separation Project will elevate the Caltrain tracks above th...