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The purpose of this program is to assist Caltran's mission of providing a safe, sustainable, integrated, and efficient transportation system. Projects must have a transportation nexus, and are expected to benefit the California transportation system. Projects are expected to improve public health, social equity, the environment, among other general community expectations.

All projects must address the following overarching program objectives:
-Sustainability: promote reliable and efficient mobility while meeting California's greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals.
-Social equity: focus transportation solutions on the needs of communities most affected by poverty, air pollution, and climate change.
-Mobility: improve the accessibility of the system and mobility of people and freight
-Safety: improve the safety and security of the transportation system.
-Preservation: preserve the transportation system through protecting the environment, promoting energy conservation, benefitting quality of life, and promoting consistency between transportation improvements and local planning efforts.
-Innovation: promote the use of technology to improve the performance and social equity of California's transportation system.
-Economy: support the area's economy.
-Health: decrease exposure to local pollution, reduce serious injuries or fatalities on the system, and promote physical activity.

The purpose is to encourage local and regional multimodal transportation and land use planning that furthers the relevant regional transportation plan (RTP) and sustainable communities strategy (SCS) and contributes to California's GHG reduction and other goals.
Eligible Entities
Local Public Agencies, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations
Eligibility Notes
Metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) with subapplicants
Regional transportation planning agencies (RTPAs)
Transit agencies
Most Recent/Current Due Date
Oct 11, 2019
Most Recent RFP Release Date
Aug 19, 2019
Max Award
Total Possible Multi-Year Award
Match Required?
Match Notes
11.47 percent of the total project costs via nonfederal cash and/or in-kind contributions
Department of Transportation Caltrans
Total Amount Available for All Grants
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