Active Transportation Program

Overview

Active Transportation Program (ATP)
El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba Counties

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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.

To see all projects and programs funded by ATP (State and Regional, Cycles 1-3, including SB 1 Augmentation), check out the SACOG ATP Mapping site

Announcement

Statewide Competitive Program Schedule Revisions Workshop
Discuss COVID-19 impacts on April 8, 1:30 - 3:30

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) will hold a workshop on April 8, 1:30 – 3:30, to discuss schedule revisions for statewide competitive programs. The workshop will cover schedule needs and adjustments for the Active Transportation Program, Local Partnership Program, Solutions for Congested Corridors Program, and Trade Corridor Enhancement Program (schedule workshop save-the-date).

The CTC will also hold a workshop to inform the development of an interim policy for the timely use of funds on April 8, 9:30 – noon timely use of funds workshop save-the-date.

Announcement

Statewide 2021 ATP call for projects announced
Applications due June 15

The California Transportation Commission announced the statewide call for Active Transportation Program projects. The statewide ATP will competitively award $220,780,000 to projects and programs increasing biking and walking, with up to $5,000,000 set aside for a quick-build pilot program. The CTC ATP website will have information on the final 2021 ATP Guidelines soon.

Announcement

Webinar: 2021 ATP competitive funding programs
Learn about the statewide and regional 2021 ATP

Staff will share the proposed evaluation criteria, process, and calendar, and highlight input provided by the SACOG Board of Directors for the Regional Active Transportation Program (view webinar slides). Staff will also review what is expected for the statewide Active Transportation Program. To provide feedback on the Draft 2021 Regional ATP Policy Framework and evaluation process, contact Victoria Cacciatore.

Post

Regional ATP Call for Projects Closed
25 projects submitted requesting $65 million

The Regional ATP call for projects closed at 4 p.m. on Friday, August 31. Project sponsors submitted 25 applications requesting $65.6 million in active transportation projects and programs (final log of applications). The Regional ATP has $11.6 million to competitively award.

Projects will be screened for eligibility, then evaluated and ranked by a multidisciplinary working group this fall. A Regional ATP funding recommendation will be available in late January 2019.