Active Transportation Program
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.
To see all projects and programs funded by ATP, check out the SACOG ATP Mapping site.
Cycle 3 Results
Almost $18 million was awarded to the Sacramento region through the State and Regional ATP competitions. More information on the projects is available on the Past ATP Award Recipients page.
- City of Roseville – Dry Creek Parkway ($4,500,000)
- Yuba County – 11th Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Route Improvements ($1,500,000)
- City of Marysville – Marysville Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Project ($515,000)
- Sacramento County – 47th Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements ($3,009,000)
- Yuba County – McGowan Parkway Bicycle Lane and Pedestrian Route Improvements ($1,246,000)
- City of Sacramento – Broadway Complete Streets Project ($2,763,000)
- City of Sacramento – Northwood School and Transit Access Improvements ($1,818,000)
- City of Citrus Heights – Electric Greenway ($350,000)
- City of Citrus Heights – Mariposa Safe Routes to School Project, Phase IV ($2,100,000)
For questions about the State and Regional ATP processes, please contact the appropriate regional transportation planning agency staff members at EDCTC, PCTPA, and SACOG.