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File #: 2020-689    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/27/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/6/2020 Final action:
Title: REPORT ON $8.25 MILLION AWARDED FOR CITY OF CARSON PROJECTS THROUGH MEASURE M MULTI-YEAR SUBREGIONAL PROGRAM - SOUTH BAY SUBREGION (CITY COUNCIL)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit No. 1 - Funding List.pdf, 2. Exhibit No. 2 - Location Maps.pdf
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Report to Mayor and City Council
Tuesday, October 06, 2020
Consent


SUBJECT:
Title
REPORT ON $8.25 MILLION AWARDED FOR CITY OF CARSON PROJECTS THROUGH MEASURE M MULTI-YEAR SUBREGIONAL PROGRAM - SOUTH BAY SUBREGION (CITY COUNCIL)

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I. SUMMARY

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board recently approved a total of $8.25 million for three projects in the City of Carson. The Project List and location maps are in Exhibit No. 1 and 2.
Project Title
Funds Programmed
Funding Years
Carson Street Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Project
$700,000
FY 21 and FY22
Sepulveda Boulevard Widening from Alameda Street to ICTF
$6,019,999
FY 21, FY22 and FY23
Avalon Boulevard Traffic Signal Synchronization Program (TSSP)
$1,530,000
FY21, FY22 and FY23
Total
$8,249,999














II. RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation

RECEIVE and FILE.

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III. ALTERNATIVES

TAKE another action the City Council deems appropriate consistent with the requirements of the law.



IV. BACKGROUND

Over the past few months, City engineering staff prepared, refined, and worked with the South Bay Cities Council of Government (SBCCOG) and Metro staff to submit several applications for transportation project funding.
Three of the projects that were submitted were selected for Measure M Multi-Year Subregional Program (MSP) - South Bay Subregion funding under the South Bay Highway Operational Improvements category.
The Highway Operational Improvements category include those projects which would improve regional mobility and system performance, enhance safety by reducing conflicts, improve traffic flow, trip reliability, travel times, and reduce recurring congestion and operational deficiencies on State Highways. Similarly, improvements which achieve the same objectives are eligible on major / minor arterials or key collector roadways within one mile of a state highway; or farther than one mile as determined on a case by case basis. States of good repair,...

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