CALIFORNIA - Dozens of transportation projects throughout California are getting the green light to move forward, including several in the North State.
Caltrans said the State Transportation Commission has allocated $758.1 million for repairs and upgrades to roads, bridges, intelligent transportation and flooding mitigation projects.
All of the projects are a part of SB-1.
Some of the local work includes $36.6 million worth of improvements to State Route 20 and the Feather River Bridge in Marysville.
There is also a request for $7.4 million for passing lanes on State Route 70 in Butte County.
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