CTC Annual Reports to the California Legislature
Current Annual Report
- 2017 Annual Report to the California Legislature – December 15, 2017
- 2017 Annual Report Summary – December 15, 2017
Past Annual Reports
Other CTC Reports
|July 17, 2017||CTC Report||California Mobility Investment Opportunities Report|
|January 8, 2016||CTC Report||Comparison of Transportation Funding Proposals|
|January 7, 2016||CTC Report||State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA) Report 2015|
|December 11, 2015||Road Charge TAC Report||California Road Charge Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Report|
|September 2, 2015||CTC Report||Proposition 1B Report "Promises Made, Promises Kept"|
|August 27, 2015||CTC Memo||Final Adopted 2016 STIP and Aeronautics Account Fund Estimates|
See the full list of CTC Reports for 2016 and previous years at the CTC Reports Archive
|October 17, 2018||CTC Press Release||CTC Approves Second Round of SB 1 Funding for Local Improvements|
|June 27, 2018||CTC Press Release||CTC Approves Funding to Improve Local Streets and Roads|
|May 16, 2018||CTC Press Release||CTC Commits $2.7 Billion to Safety, Congestion, and Freight Improvements|
|March 22, 2018||CTC Press Release||Four-Year Program Dedicates $18 Billion for Critical Transportation Projects Across California|
|March 21, 2018||CTC Press Release||CTC Adopts 2018 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)|
|February 6, 2018||CTC Press Release||Fran Inman and James Earp Named as Chair and Vice Chair of the California Transportation Commission|
|February 1, 2018||CTC Press Release||CTC Votes to Send Gas Tax Dollars to Local Communities|
|July 26, 2016||Assembly Press Release||Governor Brown signs AB 2289 (Frazier)|
|July 8, 2016||CTC Press Release||Passing of Former CTC Commissioner Marian Bergeson|
|May 18, 2016||CTC Press Release||$1.5 Billion Shortfall Forces Cuts and Delays In Statewide Transportation Program|
|January 22, 2016||CTC Press Release||State Body Slashes Transportation Funding|
|January 15, 2016||Caltrans Press Release||Volunteers Needed for California’s Road Charge Pilot|
|September 4, 2015||CTC Press Release||CTC Report Underscores Successful Management of Proposition 1B Transportation Funding Program|
|February 25, 2015||CTC Media Advisory||Monthly Road Charge Technical Advisory Committee Meeting|
|January 23, 2015||CTC Press Release||Lucy Dunn and Robert Alvarado Named as Chair and Vice Chair of the California Transportation Commission|
|December 15, 2014||CTC Press Release||California Transportation Commission Appoints Will Kempton as Executive Director|
|March 10, 2017||CTC Fact Sheet||CTC Overview|
|March 10, 2017||CTC Fact Sheet||Legislation Overview|
|March 10, 2017||CTC Fact Sheet||Road Charge|
|March 10, 2017||CTC Fact Sheet||Transportation Funding Overview|
|September 4, 2015||CTC Fact Sheet||Environmental Document Submission|
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U.S. DOT - Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
The Federal Aviation Administration was first created to provide for the safe and efficient use of national airspace. Its continuing mission is to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.
U.S. DOT - Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation that supports State and local governments in the design, construction, and maintenance of the Nation’s highway system (Federal Aid Highway Program) and various federally and tribal owned lands (Federal Lands Highway Program). Through financial and technical assistance to State and local governments, the FHWA is responsible for ensuring that America’s roads and highways continue to be among the safest and most technologically sound in the world.
U.S. DOT - Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) was created by the Department of Transportation Act of 1966. It is one of ten agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation concerned with intermodal transportation. FRA promotes safe, environmentally sound, successful railroad transportation to meet the needs of all customers today and tomorrow.
U.S. DOT - Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also oversees safety measures and helps develop next-generation technology research.
United States Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT)
The Department of Transportation was established by an act of Congress on October 15, 1966. The Department’s first official day of operation was April 1, 1967. The mission of the Department is to serve the United States by ensuring a fast, safe, efficient, accessible and convenient transportation system that meets our vital national interests and enhances the quality of life of the American people, today and into the future.
California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA)
California is home to the largest and most complex transportation system in the nation. The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) is a cabinet-level agency focused solely on addressing the state’s transportation issues.
California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
Caltrans manages more than 50,000 miles of California's highway and freeway lanes, provides inter-city rail services, permits more than 400 public-use airports and special-use hospital heliports, and works with local agencies. Caltrans carries out its mission of providing a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability, with six primary programs: Aeronautics, Highway Transportation, Mass Transportation, Transportation Planning, Administration and the Equipment Service Center.
Caltrans Office of the CTC Liaison (OCTCL)
The Office of the CTC Liaison (OCTCL) acts as a liaison between the Division of Transportation Programming and the CTC. OCTCL provides guidance to Caltrans on CTC policies and procedures, and works with all Caltrans Districts and Divisions to bring business matters to the CTC. OCTCL also provides guidance to regional and local agencies on Caltrans protocol, policies, and procedures, and can assist them in their working relationship with the CTC.
Caltrans Native American Liaison Branch
This program works to help California Native American communities identify and implement transportation safety solutions that will lead to improved safety for all – motorists, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. It also helps Tribal governments identify potential sources of funding to make improvements and establish the justification to use in future grant applications.
Caltrans Transportation Programming Division
Transportation Programming is the commitment of transportation funds to be available over a period of several years to particular projects. Separate programming documents, prepared and adopted for somewhat different purposes, are required under State and Federal law.
California Association of Councils of Government (CALCOG)
The California Association of Councils of Government (CALCOG) works to ensure the success of its members by facilitating communication and information sharing between its members, other local officials, state and federal agencies, and the public. Most members are formed as councils of governments (COGs), meaning they represent joint powers agreements of cities and counties, while others are transportation commissions created by statute. All members are governed by locally elected officials chosen by their peers.
California Rural Counties Task Force (RCTF)
The State of California contains 26 rural counties, which generally have populations of less than 250,000 and do not have a single urbanized area greater than 50,000. Rural counties provide food, fiber, timber, and mineral products for California industry and residents, as well as recreation for urban residents and tourists. In order to provide a direct opportunity for the small counties to remain informed, have a voice, and become involved with changing statewide transportation policies and programs, a task force was formed in 1988 as a joint effort between the California Transportation Commission (CTC) and the rural counties.