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Alameda CTC

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Creating jobs, supporting business and the economy

See contracting and grant opportunities

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Improving safety, health and quality of life

Find out about programs that support youth, families and seniors

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Spending your tax dollars wisely

Learn about our success delivering projects 10 years ahead of schedule

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Reducing greenhouse gases by expanding choices

See planning initiatives that reduce congestion and improve air quality

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Planning for the future needs of Alameda County

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Latest News

Upcoming Public Information Meetings

Public Information Meetings for the East Bay Greenway Project and for the SR 84 Expressway Widening and SR 84/I-680 Interchange Improvements Project will be held in November. Learn more and provide comments about these projects.


Year One of the Student Transit Pass Pilot Program a "tremendous success"

A key component of Measure BB, the Student Transit Pass Pilot Program, has completed a successful first year and launched year two. An evaluation of year one finds that the program is meeting its goals.


San Pablo Avenue Corridor Needs Your Input

Alameda CTC is developing a long term vision for the San Pablo Avenue multimodal corridor and identifying short-term projects to improve the safety and experience of all users. Take the survey!


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The mission of the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) is to plan, fund and deliver transportation programs and projects that expand access and improve mobility to foster a vibrant and livable Alameda County.

Jobs, Mobility, Community
Governed by a 22-member Commission, Alameda CTC manages the county’s one-cent transportation sales tax and serves as the county’s congestion management agency. The agency delivers more than $200 million each year in transportation improvements that create jobs, enhance mobility and enrich communities.

Learn about current transportation programs and projects and learn about Measure BB, which voters passed in November 2014.