In 2006, California voters approved Proposition 1B which established $2 billion in potential funding for local streets and roads. These funds are distributed by formula to cities and counties throughout the state. San Diego County has received more than $69.3 million from this particular Prop 1B funding source.
On October 15, 2009, the County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution designating up to $41.5 million in Proposition 1B funding for specific local streets and roads projects - $31.1 million from fiscal year 2009-10 and $10.4 million from fiscal year 2008-09. The October 2009 resolution was in addition to funds received for fiscal year 2007-08 and superseded prior resolutions that designated Proposition 1B funds. Since that date, the Board has reallocated some Prop 1B funding and on November 6, 2013 approved a new funding plan.