Community-Based Transportation Plans
Alameda CTC is working closely with communities in Alameda County to complete Community-Based Transportation Plans. The plans will identify transportation gaps in underserved communities and transportation solutions and potential fund sources to address them.
The plans are part of a regionwide effort funded by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) to build on its findings from the Lifeline Transportation Study (2001) and the Environmental Justice Report (2001), which identify low-income areas throughout the Bay Area in which there were gaps in provision of transportation services and a need to provide support to local planning efforts in the areas.
MTC identified these areas in Alameda County to fund Community-Based Transportation Plans:
City of Alameda
City of Berkeley
City of Oakland