Congestion Management Program
As the congestion management agency for Alameda County, Alameda CTC develops and updates the legislatively required Congestion Management Program, a plan that describes the strategies to assess, monitor and improve the performance of the county's multimodal transportation system; address congestion; and ultimately protect the environment with strategies to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Updated every two years, the Congestion Management Program (CMP) aligns with the long-range Countywide Transportation Plan, the 2013 Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy and other related efforts and legislative requirements.
The CMP consists of five main elements:
2013 Congestion Management Program Update
The 2013 Congestion Management Program report was approved by the Commission in October 2013. The staff report and individual chapters appear below.