How much is this going to cost and how will it be paid for?

The current cost estimate of the walkway including design, construction and right-of-way acquisition is approximately $2.1 million. A general fund appropriation of $2.4 million has been set aside for the walkway portion of the project. The undergrounding of overhead utilities is split into two underground utility districts and two types of funding. An underground utility district was created to use the approximately $1.89 million in Rule 20A funds available. These funds come from the rates paid by utility customers and are distributed annually by SDG&E to jurisdictions to pay for undergrounding projects. Because the 20A funds do not cover undergrounding the entire section between Twin Peaks and Titan Way, City Council directed staff to use a portion of the City’s surplus revenues to form a Rule 20B underground utility district. An appropriation of $2.6 million has been set aside for completion of the Rule 20B utility undergrounding.

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1. What is this project?
2. Why are we doing this?
3. How much is this going to cost and how will it be paid for?
4. Will this project improve traffic?
5. What impact will this have on the residents living along this stretch of road?
6. How long will the project take to complete?
7. How will traffic be impacted during the construction period?
8. Why isn't construction being done at night?
9. Who is involved in the project?