As counties across the state use Governor Newsom's Pandemic Resilience Roadmap to begin opening, Alameda CTC is focused on immediate steps it can take to address challenges that COVID-19 presents across the County, including to local jurisdictions and transit agencies, our partners in transportation and our communities... Learn More.


2020 Countywide Transportation Plan Development - Crafting a Transportation Future 
Alameda CTC staff have been working on an update to the Countywide Transportation Plan (CTP) since mid-2019. The CTP is updated every four years and focuses on promoting... Learn More .
What's New in Express Lanes  
After Bay Area counties and the State of California issued Shelter in Place orders during the COVID-19 public health crisis, all Bay Area regional express lane operators reached consensus to..Learn More.
Project Updates  
Since early March, when the Alameda County Public Health Department issued a Shelter in Place Order due to the COVID-19 pandemic,
Alameda CTC Commissioners and staff have been..Learn More.
2020 IWC Annual Report to the Public  
Alameda CTC's Independent Watchdog Committee (IWC) will release its 18th consecutive Annual Report the Public this month. The report, which covers fiscal year 2018-2019 expenditures and IWC activities, confirms... Learn More.
San Leandro Street Rehabilitation - A Measure BB Grant-funded Project  
Since 2018, the City of San Leandro has been aggressively investing $30 million in Alameda County voter-approved Measure BB funds, in combination with Senate Bill 1 funds, to improve its streets and ...  Learn More.

About Alameda CTC
The Alameda County Transportation Commission plans, funds and delivers transportation programs and projects that expand access and improve mobility to foster a vibrant and livable Alameda County. Funding sources for Alameda CTC's expenditure plans include Measure B, approved by 81.5 percent of county voters in 2000; Measure F, a Vehicle Registration Fee approved by 63 percent of county voters in 2010; and Measure BB, approved by more than 70 percent of voters in 2014.

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