$146.2 million for streets: Fund street and intersection projects, upgrades to traffic control system, measures to improve walkability and pedestrian safety, and repairs and construction of bridges, sidewalks and bikeways.

$50 million for housing: Increase the supply of quality and well-maintained affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households through new construction and preservation of existing housing.

$29.8 million for neighborhoods: Improve infrastructure including sidewalks, bike lanes, streetscape, curbs and gutters, storm drains, public open space, pedestrian and bicycle paths, landscaping and lighting in the city’s established neighborhoods and emerging high-growth areas.