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Announcement

Statewide Competitive Programs Information
September updates on funding programs and new opportunities

Several grant programs have application deadlines early in 2020, some of which have already passed. The 2020 State Funding Opportunities table shows the latest information about upcoming grant programs identified by SACOG staff as available to agencies in the region in 2020. It includes known deadline changes stemming from COVID-19 impacts. (see table)

Announcement Victoria Cacciatore

Regional ATP application available
applications due December 3, 4 p.m.

SACOG will competitively distribute $11,773,000 of Active Transportation Program funding to projects and programs in El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba counties to increase biking and walking. The Regional ATP application and the scoring rubric for evaluating competing projects are now available. Electronic-only applications are due Thursday, December 3, by 4 p.m.

2021 Regional ATP application

2021 Regional ATP scoring rubric

Announcement

Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Awards Announced
Region captures $2.5 million of $21.5 million awarded in California

Caltrans announced the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Program awards on June 18. Of the 77 awarded grants, ten projects in the Sacramento region were awarded $2,523,512 to fuel local and regional planning efforts (Project descriptions and awards). 

The full award list is available on the Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grants website

Announcement

Revised Statewide Competitive Program Schedules
Delays adopted at the April 29 CTC meeting

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) adopted a staff recommendation to delay application due dates for the Active Transportation Program, Local Partnership Program, Solutions for Congested Corridors Program, and Trade Corridor Enhancement Program.

Revised Application Due Dates
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Senate Bill 1 Funding Approved
Sacramento Region to Receive Nearly $800M

The California Transportation Commission voted this week to approve $2.7 billion in competitive funding to transportation projects across the state. The Commission approved all the SB 1 recommendations from April 25 , with only slight changes to project schedules. This means our region got all its recommended projects funded. Along with SB 1 funds approved by CalSTA, projects benefiting our region were awarded nearly $800 million.