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Butte County Association of Governments

Butte County Association of Governments

BCAG is responsible for preparing, adopting and submitting a Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) to Caltrans, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The FTIP is a programming document that identifies all regionally significant transportation projects and programs for Butte County that will be funded by federal, state, and local funding sources within the short-term horizon. Projects identified in the FTIP include those for:
  • streets and roads
  • highways
  • transit
  • safety
  • bridge reconstruction
  • enhancements
  • other programs that receive federal dollars or require some type of federal approval
All FTIP material and amendments are developed in consultation with the appropriate local, state, federal agencies, the public, the BCAG Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) and BCAG Board, as required.  Comments or questions regarding the FTIP or any other BCAG planning or programming subject can be directed to Ivan Garcia, BCAG Programming Director by email at igarcia@bcag.org or by phone at the BCAG offices at 530-809-4616.  
2025 FTIP development

2025 FTIP development

BCAG will initiate the development of the 2025 FTIP in April 2024.  If you are interested in participating or would more information regarding the FTIP, please contact igarcia@bcag.org or call the bcag offices.  All information related to the FTIP will be posted here.
Modifications & Amendments

Modifications & Amendments

AMENDMENT #5 - Comment Period is March 11, 2024 through March 26, 2024.  The BCAG Board of Directors is scheduled to approve this amendment at their March 28, 2024 Board meeting.  This item was presented at the February 22, 2024 Board meeting. The purpose of this amendment is to program 4 new projects and update 2 existing projects as described below:
 
NEW EXEMPT FTIP PROJECT:
  • City of Chico – Downtown Chico Complete Streets Project.  This amendment programs $2.051 million in Carbon Reduction Program (CRP) funds.   In the City of Chico, on Main Street and Broadway Street, from the Esplanade to 11th Street, and adjacent streets. Construct various bicycle and pedestrian improvements to improve safety and connectivity from Bidwell Park, schools, and other surrounding destinations to the downtown area. The project does not add thru lanes or capacity. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that Bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.  In addition, this is a new project not currently in the 2020 RTP, therefore the 2020 RTP is being amended to include the project.
 
Town of Paradise – Roe Rd Extension Preliminary Engineering for Phase 2 Project. This amendment programs the preliminary engineering component only (PE) with Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds and Local Transportation Climate Adaptation Program (LTCAP) funds.  The engineering studies are for a new 3 lane road with bicycle and pedestrian facilities from South Libby Rd to State Route 191/ Clark Rd. to address emergency evacuation needs highlighted by the 2018 Paradise Camp Fire. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Other” indicating that Engineering to assess social, economic, and environmental effects of the proposed action or alternatives to that action exempt.  In addition, this is a new project not currently in the 2020 RTP, therefore the 2020 RTP is being amended to include the project.
 
  • City of Oroville – Washington Ave. Complete Streets Project. This amendment programs $ 2 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program funds.  The scope of the project is to prepare the Preliminary Engineering (PE) on Washington Avenue from Oroville Dam Boulevard East to the railroad bridge just past Orange Avenue. The project will provide alternative transportation and mode shift choices to the Oroville community by rehabilitating the roadway with enhanced bike/pedestrian features. The project would provide a critical missing north/south link in the infrastructure network serving the community and the nearby high school. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that Bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.  In addition, this is a new project not currently in the 2020 RTP, therefore the 2020 RTP is being amended to include the project.
 
  • City of Oroville – Table Mountain Blvd. Complete Streets Project. This amendment programs $0.5 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program funds.  The scope of the project is to prepare the Preliminary Engineering (PE) on Table Mountain Boulevard from the Montgomery Street Roundabout to the Thermalito Power Canal near County Center Drive. This project continues the City’s effort to provide a major north/south bicycle and pedestrian network to provide safe alternative transportation to the community. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that Bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.  In addition, this is a new project not currently in the 2020 RTP, therefore the 2020 RTP is being amended to include the project.
 
EXISTING EXEMPT FTIP PROJECT:
  • City of Biggs – 2nd Street bike and Pedestrian Project. This amendment program $800,000 in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) to address a funding shortfall to complete the construction component for an existing project. The project is located on 2nd Street from W. Rio Bonito Road to H Street. The scope of the project is to construct new pedestrian and bicycle facilities to provide safe access to the existing roues in the city with new curb and gutters, ADA compliant accessible access ramps and drainage improvements. The project provides improved access to bike trails, the high school both for school and outdoor recreation and access to the Rio Bonito Park, which the city is in the process of upgrading. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that Bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt. 
 
  • Various Agencies – Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Enhancement Program Grouped Listing Project.  This amendment programs $1.188 million in FTA Section 5310 funds as approved by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) at the January 2024 Commission meetings.  This amendment programs the funding for: BCAG/ Butte Regional Transit for 5 Full Size Vans;  Help Central Inc. for a Mobility Management Project; and the  Work Training Center for the Handicap for 3 large buses. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Mass Transit” indicating that the purchase of transit vehicles, support vehicles and operating equipment are exempt.  
 
  • DELETE PROJECT: SR 99 Corridor Bikeway Phase 5 - 20th Street Crossing Project. This amendment deletes the project from the FTIP.  This project has been allocated/obligated for fudning and is no longer required to be included in the FTIP.  This project was advanced by the City of Chico in 2023 and under construction. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that Bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
 
 
FTIP Amendment Distribution Package    
BCAG Board of Directors Memorandum     
Interagency Consulation Review Package     
Project Details - Updated   
Public Notice - Updated to reflect deleted project from the FTIP
 
 
MODIFICATION #4 - FTA Section 5339 Program. The purpose of this modification was to update the MPO Comments where toll credits are identified. Financial or project description has not changed. This update was made to match grant submittal for the project. No other changes were made.
 
  • BCAG 2023 FTIP Modification #4 Approval Letter
 
 
AMENDMENT #3 -  Comment period is June 20, 2023 through July 7, 2023. The purpose of this amendment is to program two new projects and make a technical correction to another as described below:
 
NEW NON-EXEMPT FTIP PROJECT:
 
  • Town of Paradise - Roe Rd Extension Project. This amendment programs $60.4 million of which $1.8 million is Highway Infrastructure Program (HIP) funds and $58.6 million is from Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funds (CDBG-DR). The scope of the project is to complete Phase 1 to close gaps to four (4) north-south roadways which serve disconnected residential areas with new roadway links serving long dead-end streets including South Libby, Edgewood and Sawmill Roads to Pentz. Project includes environmental for the future planned 5-mile section between Pentz Road and Skyway.  The project is capacity increasing, and therefore non-exempt and requires a new air quality emissions analysis and conformity determination.  In addition, this is a new project not currently in the 2020 RTP, therefore the 2020 RTP is being amended to include the project.
 
NEW EXEMPT FTIP PROJECT:
 
  • Butte County – Cohasset Road Widening and Fire Safety Project.  This amendment programs $1.4 million in HIP funds to prepare a feasibility study and preliminary engineering studies. The feasibility study will investigate alternatives for improving traffic flow during evacuation events such as pull-outs, shoulder widening, or any other efficient use of the existing roadway cross-section to improve the emergency evacuation economy, including intelligent transportation solutions, sign messaging and a fire warning system.  Upon completion of this phase, the Butte County anticipates producing a chosen alternative and engineer’s estimate that may be used to seek future state and federal funding. The project does not add thru lanes or capacity. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Safety” indicating that projects that correct, improve, or eliminate a hazardous location or feature are exempt.  In addition, this is a new project not currently in the 2020 RTP, therefore the 2020 RTP is being amended to include the project.
 
TEHCNICAL CORRECTION TO EXISTING EXEMPT FTIP PROJECT:
  • Town of Paradise - Go Paradise / Skyway Link Project.  This amendment is a technical correction to change the description of providing Class II bike lanes to providing a Class I Bike/Ped Path as approved by the California Transportation Commission. There is no change in funding or schedule.  The project limits are on the Skyway between Bille Rd and Wagstaff Road.  This is an existing project programmed in the FTIP. The project does not add thru lanes or capacity. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
 
Since the 2023 FTIP Amendment #03 includes a new non-exempt project, the amendment includes a new conformity determination and regional emission analysis for the 2020 RTP and 2023 FTIP.
 
 
Comments Received         
Interagency Consultation Package    
Project Details Updated
 
 
AMENDMENT #02 - Comment period is May 10, 2023 through May 25, 2023. The purpose of this amendment is to update financials for nine (9) existing exempt projects and program four (4) new exempt FTIP projects.  Details regarding the amendment and projects are included below
 
FINANCIAL UPDATES TO EXISTING EXEMPT FTIP PROJECTS & GROUPED LISTINGS:
 
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5307 Program - BCAG. The purpose of this modification was to update the funds reflected in the FTIP to the actual apportionment. FTA funds were changed from $4 million to $3.16 million and Local Funds were changed from $4 million to $2.9 million in FFY 2022/23. No other changes were made. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Mass Transit” indicating that operating assistance to transit agencies and purchase of new buses to replace existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet are exempt. 
 
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 Enhancement Program Grouped Listing - Various. The purpose of this modification was to update and reflect the FTA Section 5310 projects approved for BCAG by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) in June of 2022. This amendment reflects the adding to the grouped listing of 4 medium paratransit buses for $288,000 and $72,000 in FTA Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Mass Transit” indicating that operating assistance to transit agencies and purchase of new buses to replace existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet are exempt. 
 
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5311 Enhancement Program Grouped Listing - Various. The purpose of this minor modification was to update and reflect the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 funds for the 2020/21 FFY for information. No other changes were made.  No financial changes for the 4-year period of the FTIP. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Mass Transit” indicating that operating assistance to transit agencies and purchase of new buses to replace existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet are exempt. 
 
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5311f Butte Regional Transit - BCAG. The purpose of this minor modification was to update the local funding only. Local funds changed from $255,000 to $489,000 in FFY 22/23, $275,000 to $489,000 in FFY 23/24 and to $400,000 in FFY 24/25 & 25/26. Federal funds were not changed. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Mass Transit” indicating that operating assistance to transit agencies and purchase of new buses to replace existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet are exempt. 
 
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5339 Program- BCAG. The project is a carryover project from the 2021 FTIP that was supposed to carry over into the 2023 FTIP. This amendment identifies the funding apportioned to BCAG for the FTA 5339(a) program.  The funding for this program will be used towards bus acquisition, and/or facility, IT, or software upgrades. This amendment programs the apportioned funds and project for a total of $862,000 in FTA Section 5339(a) funds. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Mass Transit” indicating that operating assistance to transit agencies and purchase of new buses to replace existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet are exempt. 
 
  • Grouped Projects for Safety Improvements - HSIP Program – Various Agencies. The purpose of this modification is to update the HSIP Grouped listing and financial data as listed in the updated Caltrans HSIP list dated 03/15/2023. This amendment adds HSIP Cycle 11 projects to the grouped listing including: H11-03-001 for Butte County. The project is described as various locations along: Forbestown Rd, Coutolenc Rd, Skyway, Cohasset Rd., Palermo Honcut Hwy, and Lwr Honcut Rd. This amendment programs $249,930 in HSIP funding for FFY 23/24 and $28,770 in County in local funds for total of $249,930. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Safety” indicating that the Highway Safety Improvement Program implementation projects are exempt.
 
  • ATP Gap Closure Project – Town of ParadiseThe purpose of this amendment is to carry over the project from the 2017 FTIP. This project is under a time extension approved by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) for construction.  This amendment adds $1 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds in the 22/23 FFY for the construction component.  Project delays and cost increases are the result of the Paradise Camp Fire, COVID and change in construction bidding climate. The project is in downtown Paradise along Fir Street (Skyway to Black Olive), Birch Street (Skyway to Black Olive), in addition to portions of Foster Road (Pearson to Birch), Black Olive Drive (Pearson to Fir) and Elliott Road (Skyway to Almond). The scope is to construct new sidewalks, curbs and gutters and Class II Bicycle Lanes. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
 
  • Hegan Lane Business Park Access Improvements – City of ChicoThe purpose of this amendment is to remove the CMAQ programming capacity of $125,000 in FFY 22/23 and $1,889,000 in FFY 23/24. This project is temporarily delayed.  These funds will be programmed for the City of Chico’s Bikeway 99 Project listed below.  The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.127 Exempt Projects, Table 3 “Projects Exempt from Regional Emissions Analyses” indicating that that intersection channelization projects are exempt.
 
  • SR 99 Corridor Bikeway Phase 5 - 20th Street Crossing– City of ChicoThe purpose of this amendment is to carry over the project from the 2021 FTIP. This project is under a time extension approved by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) to award a contract for construction.  This amendment addresses a cost increase due to COVID delays and a change in construction bid climate.  This amendment adds $3.5 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and $1.5 million in Local funds for the construction component.  The total cost of the project changed from $15.9 million to $19.4 million. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
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NEW EXEMPT FTIP PROJECTS:
 
  • South Oroville Bike and Ped Connectivity Project – Butte County.  This amendment programs a new Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 6 Project approved by the California Transportation Commission.  The goal of the project is to connect all four schools in South Oroville with pedestrian and bike safety enhancements.  The scope of the project is to install sidewalks, pedestrian crossing safety enhancements and driver feedback signs along Autrey Lane and Monte Vista Avenue connecting the sidewalks to the schools in the area.  Project also installs an 8' Class 1 bike lane separated from traffic on the north end of Monte Vista Ave from Lincoln Blvd to Autrey Ln and 3' Class 2 Bike lanes along the south side of Monte Vista Ave, the West side of Autrey Ln and the west side of Lower Wyandotte connecting the bike lanes in the area.  A total of $7.786 million in ATP funds and $1.5 million in local funds for a total of $9.3 million is programmed. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
 
  • Go Paradise: Neal Gateway Project – Town of Paradise. This amendment programs a new Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 6 Project approved by the California Transportation Commission. The project is on Neal Rd from County/Town Limits to Skyway/Neal Junction in Paradise. The scope of the project is to add a new Class I pathway for 1.78 miles. This amendment programs $12.348 million in ATP funds and $720,000 in Local funds for a total project cost of $13.068 million. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
  • Go Paradise: Pentz Student Pathway – Town of Paradise. This amendment programs a new Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 6 Project approved by the California Transportation Commission. This project is along Pentz Road from Pentz/Skyway to Wagstaff Rd and Bille Rd to Pearson Rd. This project completes a four-mile corridor of Class I path for bicyclists and pedestrians to create a continuous facility. This amendment programs $22.009 million in ATP funds and $1.284 million in Local funds for a total project cost of $23.239 million. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
 
  • Go Paradise: Skyway Link Project – Town of Paradise. This amendment programs a new Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 6 Project approved by the California Transportation Commission. This project is on the Skyway between Bille Rd and Wagstaff Rd. The project consists of sidewalk infill and Class II bike lanes. The project length is approximately 0.61 miles. This amendment programs $6.704 million in ATP funds and $106,000 in Local funds for a total project cost of $6.810 million. The project is exempt from a regional emissions analysis per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Transportation Conformity Rule Section 93.126 Exempt Projects, Table 2 “Air Quality” indicating that bicycle and pedestrian facilities are exempt.
 
Project Details (CTIPS)  - To be used for RFAs by Project Sponsors to Local Assistance
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MODIFICATION #01 - This modificaiton updates the SHOPP Program and the local Highway Bridge Program Grouped listing:
 
Grouped Projects for Safety Improvements - SHOPP Collision Reduction Program. The purpose of this modification was to update the grouped listing to reflect a California Transportation Commission (CTC) time extension on project that should have carried into 23 TIP. The action taken by the Commission in June 2022 by Waiver 22-73 resulted in construction funds extending into the 2022/23 fiscal year. This project is a continuation from the 2021 FTIP period. This modification adds back in PPNO 2216 - SR 32 Near Chico, from Gianella Rd to Muir Ave, Install lighting, widen shoulders, upgrade end treatments at bridge approaches and rehab culverts.

Grouped Projects for Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction - HBP Program. The purpose of this modification was to update the grouped listing to the list provided by Caltrans HQ dated 10/24/22. This list reflects the adding of the following projects to the grouped listing:
1. Bridge No. 12C0009L Skyway Rd WB, Over Butte Creek, 0.5 mile southeast of Humbug Rd. The scope of the project is to replace a 2-lane bridge with a new 2-lane bridge.
2. Bridge No. 12C0022, Oroville Gridley Hwy over Feather River , 1 mile east of Larkin Rd. This is a
Standalone Scour Countermeasure Project.
3. Bridge No. 12C0301, Cana Hwy over Pine Creek, 4 Mile west of State Route 99. This is a
Standalone Scour Countermeasure Project
This modification also:
4. Advances Bridge No. 12C0242, Ord Ferry over Little Chico Creek from FY 24/25 to FY 22/23 Per Caltrans at the request of Butte County from the 2024/25 fiscal year to the 2022/23 fiscal year without change to funding identified in the 10/24/22 grouped listing.
 
 
2023 Federal Transportation Improvement Program

2023 Federal Transportation Improvement Program

The purpose of the FTIP is to identify all transportation-related projects that require federal funding or other approval by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) or the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The 2021 FTIP will cover the next four fiscal years (FFY 22/23, 23/24, 24/25 and 25/26). The FTIP also identifies all non-federal, regionally significant projects for information and air quality emissions modeling purposes. The FTIP indicates the area's short-term plan for use of federal dollars and other resources for the maintenance, operation, and improvement of the transportation system and the achievement of federal air quality standards over the next four federal fiscal years. 
 
Projects that were not obligated in the previous 2021 FTIP likely carried forward into the 2023 FTIP. The typical funding programs associated with the FTIP include the STIP, State Highways Operations and Protection Program (Caltrans SHOPP), Highway Bridge Program (Local Bridge Program), Federal Transit Administration Programs (Transit), Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program (CMAQ), Highway Improvement Program (HIP) and Active Transportation Program (ATP).  The public is encouraged to reach out to BCAG for any project details.
 
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Projects:
Appendices
                     Interagency Consultation Review Memorandum
                     Attachment #1   
                     Attachment #2   
                     Attachment #3    
Grouped Project Listings:
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2023 Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP) 

2023 Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP) 

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) prepares the FSTIP every two years in cooperation with Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) and Regional Transportation Planning Agencies in California.  The FSTIP is a federally mandated document that includes phases of capital and non-capital transportation projects prioritized to receive federal funding under Titles 23 and 49 of the United States Code during federal fiscal years 2021 through 2024.  It also includes regionally significant projects regardless of the funding source.   
 
Each of the state’s eighteen MPOs prepares a Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP), which includes state, local, and transit projects within its boundary.  These FTIPs are included in the FSTIP by reference.  The attached table provides website links to MPOs’ FTIPs.  Projects that are not located within an MPO boundary are directly listed in the FSTIP.
 
The 2023 Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP) is now available at the following website:  
 
 
Please email comments to lima.huy@dot.ca.gov
Tribal Transportation Program

Tribal Transportation Program

The link below includes the Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) projects for the State of California for FFY 2022.  The TTP is also referred to as the Indian Rservation Roads Program.  A PDF file is posted here as well.
 
 
 
The link below includes information about the Tribal Transportation program (TTP).
 
 
Annual Obligation Reports

Annual Obligation Reports

These reports identify each specific project that was obligated during the referenced federal fiscal year.  A federal fiscal year begins on October 1st and ends on September 30th. These reports summarize how much federal transportation funding was invested or "obligated" in Butte County. Projects included are for each of the cities, Butte County, BCAG and Caltrans District 3. All projects are located in Butte County. Questions regarding the report can be directed to Ivan Garcia, BCAG Programming Director at 530-809-4616 or by email at igarcia@bcag.org.

Annual Obligation Reports:
Prior year obligation reports are available upon request.