Active Transportation Program (ATP)

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The Active Transportation Program (ATP) was created by Senate Bill 99 (Chapter 359, Statutes of 2013) and Assembly Bill 101 (Chapter 354, Statutes of 2013) to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation. The ATP consolidated various transportation programs into a single program and was originally funded at about $123 million a year from a combination of state and federal funds. Most recently, Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 Senate Bill 1 (Chapter 20, Statutes of 2017) added approximately $100 million per year in available funds for the ATP. This will nearly double the amount of available funds for the Active Transportation Program.

2019 ATP

2017 ATP Augmentation

2017 ATP Greenhouse Gas Reduction Funds (GGRF)

2017 ATP Greenhouse Gas Reduction Funds Project Applications

Project ID Original ATP Application GGRF Supplemental Material
3-Rancho Cordova-1 Folsom South Canal Trail Crossing Improvements at White Rock Road Rancho Cordova- GGRF
3-Sacramento-3 Franklin Blvd Class IV Bikeway Sacramento-GGRF
3-South Lake Tahoe-1 Sierra Blvd Trail Project South Lake Tahoe-GGRF
3-Truckee-1 Truckee River Trail Phase 4 Truckee-GGRF
4-Palo Alto-1 San Antonio Avenue Bikeway Palo Alto-GGRF
5-Hollister-1 Safe Connections and Complete Streets Hollister-GGRF
6-Fresno-4 Downtown Courthouse Park Project Fresno-GGRF
6-Kern County Road Dept-2 Virginia Street Pedestrian Path Project Kern County-GGRF
6-McFarland-2 Kern Avenue Elementary SR2S McFarland-GGRF
6-Shafter-1 School Access Improvements Shafter-GGRF
6-Taft-1 6th Street Sidewalk Pedestrian Improvements Taft-GGRF
6-Wasco-1 Palm Avenue Bike and Pedestrian Project Wasco-GGRF
7-Artesia-1 Norwalk Artesia Boulevards Safe Streets Projects Artesia-GGRF
7-Compton-1 Compton-Carson Regional Safe Bike & Wayfinding Project Compton-GGRF
7-Downey-1 South Downey Safe Routes to School Program Downey-GGRF
7-LA County Metro-2 Metro Bike Share USC/South LA/Expo Line Expansion LA Metro-GGRF
7-Montebello-1 Montebello Blvd Bike Lane and Sidewalk Project Montebello-GGRF
7-San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments-1 Bike Share Expansion into the San Gabriel Valley SGVCOG-GGRF
7-Ventura County-1 Central Avenue Pedestrian Improvements Ventury County-GGRF
7-Ventura County-2 Potrero Road Bike Lanes Phase 1 Ventura County-GGRF
8-Cathedral City-1 Cathedral City Pedestrian Safety Improvements Cathedral City-GGRF
8-Redlands-1 East Valley Corridor Bike Route Project Redlands-GGRF
8-Rialto-2 Cactus Avenue Multi Use Path Rialto-GGRF
8-Riverside-1 La Sierra Sidewalk Improvements Riverside-GGRF
9-California City-1 Redwood Blvd Sidewalk/Pedestrian Improvements California City-GGRF
10-San Joaquin County-1 Woodbridge School Access Improvements SJ County-GGRF
10-San Joaquin County-2 Elmwood Elementary School Access Improvements SJ County-GGRF

2017 ATP

2017 Adopted Programs

Final Scores



2017: Call for projects April 15, 2016
2017: Applications Due June 15, 2016
2017: Staff recommendation for statewide/small urban and rural components of the program October 26, 2016
2017: Adoption of the statewide/small urban and rural components of the program December 7 - 8, 2016
2017: Adoption of the Metropolitan Planning Organization component of the program March 2017

Other Documents

2015 ATP

Adopted Program

2014 ATP

Adopted Program

Contact Information

For additional Active Transportation Program information, contact:

Laurie Waters
Associate Deputy Director
California Transportation Commission
Phone: (916) 651-6145