Active Transportation Program

Overview

Active Transportation Program (ATP)

Pursuant to California Senate Bill 99 (Chapter 359, Statutes of 2013) and Assembly Bill 101 (Chapter 354, Statutes of 2013), the Active Transportation Program (ATP) was created to fund bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects. The ATP combines many federal and state funding streams previously used for bicycle, pedestrian, safety, and other related purposes into one funding stream with broad eligibilities. The next call for projects is scheduled in 2018. A list of 2017 funding opportunities was shared with the Bike/Ped Advisory Committee in January (see table).

To see all projects and programs funded by ATP, check out the SACOG ATP Mapping site.

Program Coordinators

For questions about the State and Regional ATP processes, please contact the appropriate regional transportation planning agency staff members at EDCTC, PCTPA, and SACOG.

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Regional ATP Funding Program Cycle 3
Four projects recommended to CTC

On December 15th, 2016, the SACOG Board of Directors approved four projects to receive $7,031,000 from the Active Transportation Program. The California Transportation Commission will consider these projects for on March 15, 2017.

Regional ATP Important Dates

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State ATP Funding Cycle 3

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) released their funding recommendation for $131,763,000 of Active Transportation Program funding on October 28th; of the 35 submitted applications requesting $81 million for the SACOG region, five projects are recommended for a combined $10.8 million to improve biking and walking.