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Transportation and Infrastructure: League analysis of the 2020-21 Proposed State Budget

January 17, 2020
Posted Jan. 10, 2020; Updated Jan. 17, 2020
The Governor’s 2020-21 State Budget proposal outlines a $53 billion five-year infrastructure plan, which includes $45 billion for transportation and high-speed rail from ongoing revenue sources such as the Road Repair and Accountability Act, general obligation bonds, and Cap-and-Trade funds. The plan includes $22 billion for maintenance and $3 billion for capital improvements to the state highway system, $5 billion for public transit and rail infrastructure, and $1 billion for active transportation projects, not including the ongoing investments in local streets and roads funded primarily through the Highway Users Tax Account (HUTA) and the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program (RMRP).
Revised city transportation funding estimates for the remainder of the current 2019-20 fiscal year and the following 2020-21 fiscal year from HUTA and RMRP revenue sources will be available online later in January.
The $53 billion five-year plan includes:
  • $45.2 billion for transportation and high-speed rail
  • $2.6 billion for general government (state government facilities)
  • $2 billion for judicial branch
  • $1.4 billion for natural resources
  • $1 billion for education (facilities upgrades, notwithstanding potential school bond funding)
  • $1 billion for corrections
  • $250 million for health and human services 
The following represents the five-year funding forecast for the state’s key transportation programs:
  • $22 billion for the State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP)
  • $3.3 billion for the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
  • $5 billion for public transit and rail infrastructure
  • $1.1 billion for active transportation
  • $1.1 billion for local projects in northern and southern California that benefit high-speed rail system projects
  • $1 billion for the Local Partnership Program 
The state anticipates approximately $18 billion in total funding for transportation in 2020-21 from the following sources:
  • $10.5 billion from vehicle fees (including the Vehicle License Fee, Weight Fees, and SB 1 (Beall, Chapter 5, Statutes of 2017) Transportation Improvement Fee)
  • $8.8 billion from fuel taxes (including diesel and gasoline) 
Major program changes in this year’s transportation budget over previous years include:
  • $31 million increase for litter abatement
  • $5.4 million for Phase One of the transportation system network information technology project
  • $5 million for ongoing Proposition 1B administrative support
  • $2.5 million transfer from the local airport loan account to the Aeronautics Airport Improvement Program Grant
  • $2 million for bicycle and pedestrian safety investigations
  • $1.7 million for wildfire litigation
  • $1 million for American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Caltrans infrastructure accessibility for pedestrians
  • $95 million fund conversion from federal resources to the State Highway Account 
The Governor’s budget proposal calls for mapping state connectivity, namely, the existing broadband network in California as it seeks to close the digital divide for those that have no or limited access to high-speed internet.

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