We urge everyone to vote! There are two ballot measures up for consideration in California this year that we wanted to call your attention to. We urge you to vote yes on:
Last month, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-79-20, which calls for the end of all sales of new fossil fuel vehicles by 2035.
CalTrans has released a draft California Transportation Plan 2050 that lays out strategies for the state’s transportation over the next thirty years.
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is currently accepting applications for Active Transportation and Safety projects. The due date is November 13, 2020. Grants can fund active transportation or safety plans, quick-build projects, network visioning and implementation, and more.
Now that the application deadline for Cycle 5 of the Active Transportation Program has passed, we’ve got some details on the number and amount of requests submitted. While evaluations are underway and decisions won’t be announced until 2020, here’s what we know so far:
Many of you are probably working hard on putting the finishing touches on your applications for Cycle 5 of the Active Transportation Program (ATP), which are due on Tuesday, September 15. Following the deadline, evaluators will review applications during October and November. Then California Transportation Commission (CTC) staff will review the scores, and release a recommended list of projects for the Statewide and Small Urban/Rural components by February 15, 2021. The CTC would adopt the final slate of projects in March 2021.
You may recall that in May we joined with partners to successfully ask the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) to delay approval of Connect S
We are ecstatic at the news that Governor Newsom has appointed Michele Martinez to the California Transportation Commission