Public Works Secures $6.4 Million of Grant Funds for Road Improvement Projects

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News Date: 
September 4, 2020

The Transportation Agency of Monterey County (TAMC) has awarded Salinas with grant funding for three important road improvement projects

The Regional Surface Transportation Program was established by California State Statute utilizing Surface Transportation Block Grant Program.  TAMC distributes these funds to local agencies and funds regionally significant projects as part of its responsibilities as a Regional Transportation Planning Agency. 

This funding cycle, $12 million was available within the County of Monterey, and the City of Salinas was awarded funding for three projects:

  • Boronda Road Congestion Relief Project ‐ Phase 1 ($4,000,000)
  • Bardin Road Safe Routes to School Enhancement Project ($1,800,000)
  • Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements – 6 Locations Each District ($545,000)

For more information on these projects and other on-going projects, please visit:

https://www.cityofsalinas.org/our-city-services/public-works/current-projects