CA Transportation Commission - Active Transportation Program Cycle 6. Deadline: 6/15/22
Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 6
The Active Transportation Program was created by Senate Bill 99 to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation, such as walking and biking.
The Active Transportation Program consolidated various transportation programs into a single program and was originally funded at about $123 million a year from a combination of state and federal funds. The goals of the ATP include, but are not limited to, increasing the proportion of trips accomplished by walking and biking, increasing the safety and mobility of non-motorized users, advancing efforts of regional agencies to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals, enhancing public health, and providing a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types of users including disadvantaged communities.
In 2017, the Legislature passed and the Governor signed Senate Bill (SB) 1, also known as the Road Repair and Accountability Act. SB 1 directs $100 million annually from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account to the ATP, significantly augmenting the available funding for this popular program.
Cities, counties, county transportation commissions, regional transportation planning agencies, MPOs, school districts, and transit districts
Infrastructure Projects: Capital improvements that will further the goals of this program.
Non-Infrastructure (NI) Projects: Education, encouragement, and enforcement activities that further the goals of the ATP.
Combination Projects: A project that combines Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure components.
Plans: The development of a community-wide bicycle, pedestrian, safe routes to school, or active transportation plan that is located in a disadvantaged community.
June 15, 2022
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