Congestion Management Program
Updated every two years, the Congestion Management Program (CMP) sets forth the fundamentals for implementing the long-range CWTP. The CMP deals with day-to-day problems congestion causes, including:
- Setting level of service (LOS) standards for roadways.
- Analyzing the impact of land development on transportation.
- Exploring ways to manage travel demand.
- Developing a five-year Capital Improvement Program.
As the Congestion Management Agency for Alameda County, Alameda CTC, develops and updates the legislatively required Congestion Management Program (CMP), a plan that describes the policies and strategies to address congestion problems in the county, and ultimately protects the environment with strategies to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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.