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Alameda CTC's mission is to plan, fund and deliver transportation programs and projects that expand access and improve mobility to foster a vibrant and livable Alameda County. The Commission funds and oversees numerous transportation capital projects in Alameda County. These projects improve highway corridors, provide accessible public transit for all, maintain and improve local streets and roads, and ensure safe travel for pedestrians and bicyclists. The Alameda CTC is currently managing numerous active capital projects in various stages of delivery at a combined total cost of $2.5 billion. The Semi-Annual Capital Projects Update is presented to the Commission twice annually and provides an overview of the current Alameda CTC Capital Projects Program, including a status summary and project highlights.

Measure B

In November 2000 Alameda County voters approved Measure B, providing $1.4 billion in essential transportation investments and capital improvements and programs throughout the county. Of the $1.4 billion in funding, $756.5 has been committed to the Alameda CTC Capital Projects Program; which is guided by the 20 year Transportation Expenditure Plan (TEP). The Measure B Strategic Plan outlines the annual allocations to the 27 capital projects identified in the 2000 TEP and the approach for delivery of the remainder of the capital projects authorized in 1986. Over the last 3 decades, local Measure B funding has successfully attracted external funding to provide vital and strategic capital improvements countywide.

Proposition 1B

In 2006, Measure B was critical to securing over $400 million in voter approved Proposition 1B (Prop 1B bond) funding from the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act, towards delivery of an $800 million highway program; $329 million from the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA), $18.7 million from the Traffic Light Synchronization Program (TLSP) and $73 million from the Trade Corridor Improvement Fund (TCIF). The projects which have received CMIA, TCIF and TLSP funding are noted below.

Measure BB

The 2014 Transportation Expenditure Plan (2014 TEP), which responds to the county’s continued transportation needs, is funded by Measure BB - approved by Alameda County voters on November 4, 2014, with 70 percent support.  Measure BB will generate nearly $8 billion over 30 years for essential transportation improvements in every city throughout Alameda County. The Measure BB sales tax became effective on April 1, 2015. Measure BB At a Glance provides information on the Measure BB 2-Year Allocation Plan approved by the Commission in March 2015, which represents the initial Measure BB funding allocations for certain projects and programs in the 2014 TEP. This approval stands to provide an influx of $47 million for capital projects and programs over the next two fiscal years (FY2015-16 and FY2016-17).

In addition to the Measure BB 2-year Allocation Plan, Alameda CTC began monthly direct local distributions to cities, jurisdictions and transit agencies in summer 2015. View the direct local distribution projections for fiscal year 2015-16, and current and upcoming contracting opportunities.


Explore our Project Webpages and Fact Sheets

The fact sheets below provide specific information about each of the active projects, including current schedule, cost, funding and status.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects  

Highway Improvement Capital Projects

I-80 Corridor

I-580 Corridor

I-680 Corridor

 I-880 Corridor

Route 84

Route 92

Smart Corridors

Local Streets and Roads Projects

Transit Projects  



Capital Improvement Plan

Over the first five year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Cycle (FY2015-16 to FY2019-20), Alameda CTC will be responsible for an estimated $1.3 billion in capital project and program investments. This estimate includes Measure B/Vehicle Registration Fee direct local distributions, allocations to 2000 Measure B Capital Projects, 2014 TEP allocations and other discretionary fund sources. The first CIP programming fund estimate includes:

  • $738 million in direct local distributions to the cities, transit agencies and the county from 2000 Measure B, 2010 VRF and 2014 Measure BB
  • $487 million specifically for capital projects from the 2000 Measure B and 2014 Measure BB
  • $275 million from regional, state and federal funds for projects and programs


Please note: Project fact sheets are updated on a quarterly basis (last updated June 30, 2015)