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Results Chart for Delivery Method and Financing
From Public (Government) Sources to Producers: Estimated cost as of late 2009 is $420 million, all of which is financed through federal, state, and regional funds. The budget includes the Fourth Bore, Kay Street improvement, Route 24/Hwy 13 Ramp Realignment, and a future landscaping project, and includes environmental clearance, design, right of way and construction costs. A construction contract was let prior to final design completion. The project received substantial Recovery Act funding as a shovel ready project.
Direct Cash Support
From Public Sponsor of Project - Direct Expenditure of Appropriated Public Funds: County Funding: $122.8 million, Contra Costa County Measure J -- 1/2 cent sales tax
From Other Public Entities - Direct Grant of Appropriated Public Funds: Federal Grants: $1.4 million SAFETEA-LU program; $197.5 million, American Recovery Reinvestment Act; State Grants: $20 million, TRCP (Traffic Congestion Relief Program) 17.3 million, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) $11 million, Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) funds from Prop 1B, passed by California voters in Nov 2006 to allow the state to issue bonds to finance large-scale transportation projects. Regional Measure 2 $50 million, Raised the toll on seven Bay area state-owned bridges from $3 to $4.