How will the City of Napa use the Measure T funds?

The State of California maintains Highway 29, but the City of Napa is responsible for maintaining 220 miles of arterials, collectors and local neighborhood streets. The projected $8 million a year the City will receive from Measure T will significantly accelerate the City’s paving progress, particularly on arterials and collectors.

While the City’s regular street paving program focuses on residential streets, the additional Measure T dollars will provide funds to repair higher volume roadways. Instead of fixing one street at a time, the funds will allow the City to address multiple needs at once across the City.

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1. What is Measure T?
2. How was Measure T approved?
3. How much money will be available for the City of Napa?
4. Will the funds be used to pay for existing projects?
5. What can Measure T funds be used for?
6. How will the City of Napa use the Measure T funds?
7. Who manages the Measure T funds?
8. Who approves the projects for the City of Napa?
9. What is the process for securing the funds?
10. What are the financial impacts to the City of Napa?
11. What is included in the City of Napa’s five-year work plan?
12. Will any of the funds be used for bike facility projects?
13. When will the work begin?
14. What is the City of Napa’s 5-year work plan?