Measure M contributes 20% of its revenue to the Local Streets Projects (LSP) Program.
Measure M contributes 20% of its revenue to the Local Streets Projects (LSP) Program. The LSP Program targets high priority local street projects that are managed by a city of the County. The Measure M Expenditure Plan lists eleven specific traffic congestion relief projects that are eligible for Measure M sales tax revenue under the LSP program. Measure M funds designated to provide 50% of the estimated cost of the project. Sponsors are required to provide at least a 50% local match to complete funding.
Estimated Measure M Funding
|Penngrove Improvements —>||Sonoma County||$19 Million|
|Airport Blvd. Improvements —>||Sonoma County||$15 Million|
|Rt. 121 and Rt. 116 – Arnold Dr. Improvements —>||Sonoma County||$7 Million|
|Forestville Bypass —>||Sonoma County||$2 Million|
|Old Redwood Highway Interchange —>||Petaluma||$10 Million|
|Hearn Ave. Interchange —>||Santa Rosa||$9 Million|
|Farmers Lane Extension —>||Santa Rosa||$10 Million|
|Mark West Springs Road Improvements —>||Sonoma County||$1 Million|
|River Road Improvements —>||Sonoma County||$1 Million|
|Fulton Road Improvements —>||Santa Rosa||$19 Million|
|Bodega Highway Improvements —>||Sonoma County||$1 Million|
Measure M contributes 20% of its revenue to the Local Streets Rehabilitation (LSR) Program. Eligible expenses under the LSR program relate directly to fixing existing roads and keeping them maintained. Traffic calming, bicycle/pedestrian facilities, and intelligent transportation system technology and system implementation are eligible for sales tax revenue in this program category. The formula distribution for these funds is based on a 50% road miles and 50% population.
Measure M Local Street Rehabilitation (LSR) Program Distribution Ratios
Fiscal Year 2016/17
1 California Department of Finance – January 1, 2017 – Based on published population by entity.