Keeping Orange County Moving Today and Tomorrow

 

2007 Measure M Distribution

 

 

Freeways (43%)
Santa Ana Freeway (I-5) between San Diego Freeway (I-405) and San Gabriel Freeway (I-605)
$26,004,000
I-5 between the I-5/I-405 Interchange and San Clemente
$1,606,000
I-5/I-405 Interchange
-
Costa Mesa Freeway (SR-55) between I-5 and Riverside Freeway (SR-91)
$145,000
Orange Freeway (SR-57) between I-5 and Lambert Rd.
$5,000
SR-91 between Riverside County line and Los Angeles County line
$2,000
Garden Grove Freeway (SR-22) between SR-55 and Valley View St.
$56,709,000
Subtotal:
$84,471,000
Net (Bond Revenue) Debt Service**
$14,532,000
Total Freeway Projects:
$99,003,000

 

Local Streets and Roads (21%)
Master Plan of Arterial Highway Improvements
$14,228,000
Streets and Roads Maintenance and Improvements† (for individual city breakdowns, see other side)
$41,126,000
Growth Management Area Improvements
$9,969,000
Subtotal:
$65,323,000
Net (Bond Revenue) Debt Service**
Total Local Streets and Roads Projects:
$65,323,000

*Expenditures less reimbursement
**A portion of the Measure M Program was financed by bonds to advance
freeway projects and take advantage of lower right-of-way and construction
costs in the early 1990s.
†Does not include administrative costs.

 

Regional Streets and Roads (11%)
Smart Streets
$9,736,000
Regionally Significant Interchanges
$9,355,000
Intersection Improvement Program
$6,911,000
Traffic Signal Coordination
$6,709,000
Transportation Systems and Transportation Demand Management
$455,000
Subtotal:
$33,166,000
Net (Bond Revenue) Debt Service**
$113,000
Total Regional Streets and Roads Projects:
$33,279,000

 

Transit (25%)
Pacific Electric Right of Way
$118,000
Commuter Rail
$28,993,000
High-Technology Advanced Rail Transit
$18,450,000
Elderly and Handicapped Fare Stabilization
$1,000,000
Transitways
$1,099,000
Subtotal:
$49,660,000
Net (Bond Revenue) Debt Service**
$2,625,000
Total Transit Projects:
$52,285,000

 

Total Measure M Expenditures*:
$2,625,000
Net Measure M expenditures from inception to June 30, 2007 total $2.9 billion.*