Caltrans – Because Highway 65 is a state highway and more than 50% of the Phase 1 funding will come from state and federal funds, Caltrans is required to take the lead on developing, designing, and constructing the Lincoln Bypass. Together with PCTPA and the other partners, Caltrans assures the project is completed on schedule and within budget.
PCTPA – As the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Placer County, PCTPA has taken the lead in putting together the funding for the Lincoln Bypass. With the Bypass identified as the top priority project in the county, PCTPA has leveraged current and future shares of Placer’s portion of State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funding to attract discretionary state and federal dollars bring Phase 1 to early construction. PCTPA continues to seek innovative ways to fund Phase 2.
City of Lincoln – The City land-use plans must be compatible with the Lincoln Bypass, and the City has worked closely with the other partners to assure the route location and local growth are compatible. The City has also pledged funding and in kind fill material contributions for the Bypass.
Placer County – The County land use plans must be compatible with the Lincoln Bypass, and the County has worked closely with the other partners to assure the route location and local growth are compatible.
SPRTA – The South Placer Regional Transportation Authority (SPRTA) is a Joint Powers Authority formed by the Cities of Lincoln, Rocklin, Roseville, and Placer County to impose and administer regional traffic impact fees known as the Regional Transportation and Air Quality Mitigation Fee. $27.9 million of this regional fee has been allocated to fund the Lincoln Bypass.