The Transportation Department receives revenue from a variety of sources. At present, we have approximately 200 identified sources of funds. The capital expenditure of these funds is defined in a document we produce called the "Transportation Improvement Program" or "TIP". This document provides a multi-year projection of revenues and expenditures. It is updated and approved by the Board of Supervisors annually. The FY 2023 thru 2025 TIP budgets $698 million in total improvements with $280 million planned for FY 22/23. Note: This represents the capital budget for the department. The operating budget numbers are not included.
If you would like a copy of the complete TIP or a specific section then click on the appropriate link.
FY 2022/23 Annual Edition - Approved 10/18/22
To present a perspective on the types of revenues we receive we provide below a pie chart depicting the significant funding sources and comparative amounts for the fiscal years 2023 thru 2025.
The above funds have been programmed into repair and improvements as shown on the chart provided below. With over 2,200 miles of roads to maintain, it is necessary to prioritize maintenance activities with the discretionary funds available to the department. The new facilities indicated below are generally funded by sources that require expenditures on specific facilities. One example is the Assessment Districts. Assessment Districts represent areas where local property owners have taxed themselves to provide funds for necessary improvements that they have specifically voted on. Expenditures of these funds are not at the discretion of the Department and must be spent on the specific projects identified when the tax was created.