2022 Local Partnership Program Application for the SR99/Caldwell Avenue Interchange, Safety and Multi-Modal Project

2022 Local Partnership Program

The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Senate Bill 1) created the Local Partnership Program (LPP) as a program to reward and incentivize local or regional transportation agencies that have sought and received voter approval of taxes or that have imposed fees, which taxes or fees are dedicated solely for transportation improvements. The program is implemented by the California Transportation Commission (CTC). The CTC adopted LPP guidelines for the 2022 LPP Program on August 17, 2022.

The Local Partnership Program receives $200 million annually from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account and each program cycle will include two years of funding. The 2022 Local Partnership Program (Formulaic and Competitive) will include Fiscal Years 2023-24 and 2024-25. New cycles will be programmed every two years. The Formulaic Incentive Funding of $20 million will be set-aside each fiscal year from the Local Partnership Program leaving $180 million to be distributed annually, 60 percent via Formulaic and 40 percent via Competitive.

2022 LPP Application

The Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) is submitting an application for the 2022 Local Partnership Program Competitive Program.  

The following links are to documents and other information sources referenced in the TCAG's 2022 LPP Application for the SR99/Caldwell Avenue Interchange, Safety and Multi-Modal Project.

Project:  SR99/Caldwell Avenue Interchange, Safety and Multi-Modal Project
Project Overview:

 The project would replace a substandard stop-controlled interchange with two         roundabouts and a new bridge with bike lanes and sidewalks to allow access           across SR-99 which currently does not exist.  The bike and pedestrian           improvements would connect to an existing class IV trail to the east. These     improvements will provide for safer and improved access to important     development projects that will be located at the interchange such as a regional   children’s health care clinic, outpatient surgery center and large commercial   projects. This project in combination to the SR99/Tagus project to the south will   allow for new regional and local transit accessibility and connections.                     

Project Contacts:


 Ted Smalley, Executive Director (tsmalley@tularecag.ca.gov)


 Mohamad Annan, PE, PMP, Project Manager (mohamad.annan@dot.ca.gov)

Grant Document and Appendices:

 Grant Narrative

 Cover Letter

 Project Fact Sheet

 TCAG/Caltrans Agreement

 Project Programming Request Form (PPR)

 California Life-Cycle Benefit/Cost Analysis (Excel Format)

 California Life-Cycle Benefit/Cost Analysis (PDF Format)

 Environmental Documentation

 Performance Metrics 

 State Highway System Project Impact Assessment (Form CTC-0002)

 Housing Element Annual Progress Report

Letters of Support:

 Valley Children's Healthcare

 City of Visalia


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