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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:

2015 Congestion Management Program Update

The 2015 Congestion Management Program report was approved by the Commission in October 2015. The staff report and individual chapters appear below.

2013 Congestion Management Program Update

The 2013 Congestion Management Program report was approved by the Commission in October 2013.