Countywide Traffic Impact Fee Program
In addition to the Countywide Traffic Fee Program, the County also participates in other regional Traffic Fee Programs. These Fee Programs were created to fund transportation improvements that will benefit multiple jurisdictions within Placer County.
- SPRTA: South Placer Regional Transportation Authority (a joint powers authority)
Jurisdictions: Placer County, City of Roseville, City of Rocklin, and the City of Lincoln
The SPRTA Capital Improvement Program (CIP) focuses on regional transportation needs that cross over jurisdictional boundaries. A Board of elected officials representing each jurisdiction governs the SPRTA Fee Program and CIP. Management of the program is through the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA).
- “Bizz Johnson” Highway Interchange Joint Powers Authority – (aka: Hwy 65 JPA)
Jurisdictions: Placer County, City of Roseville, and the City of Rocklin
The Hwy 65 JPA Fee Program was created to fund interchange improvements along Hwy 65 in the area of Rocklin, Roseville and unincorporated Placer County. The Hwy 65 JPA is governed by a Board made up of elected officials from the County, Roseville and Rocklin. The program is managed by the City of Roseville.
Hwy 65 Program
- Placer County/City of Roseville Joint Fee Program
Jurisdictions: Placer County and the City of Roseville
The Placer County/City of Roseville (PC/CR) Fee Program was implemented in November 2004 to fund future traffic improvements on Baseline Road, Fiddyment Road and Walerga Road. The Capital Improvement Program associated with this Fee Program includes only those capital improvements that require agency cooperation and joint funding.
PC/CR CIP (pdf - 16 Kb)
- Tier 2
Jurisdictions: Placer County, City of Roseville, City of Rocklin, and City of Lincoln
The Tier 2 Fee Program applies to development within these proposed areas and developments only: Placer Vineyards, Curry Creek, Regional University, Placer Ranch, Sierra Vista, Brookfields, Creek View, Roseville MOU, and Lincoln General Plan Expansion areas. This program is intended to accommodate the roadway capacity needs of growth in Southern Placer County and will be imposed through development agreements. A Capital Improvement Program (CIP) has been developed that includes Placer Parkway and I80/65.
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