Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) maintains financial records and reports beginning July 22, 2010.

Alameda CTC safeguards public funds by making intelligent and careful financial choices, keeping expenses low and focusing resources on transportation planning, funding and delivery. All this is accomplished through transparency and accountability, as a result of financial control systems, reporting and public reviews.

Audited financial statements on ACCMA and ACTIA financials are available, as well as information on the direct local distributions to local jurisdictions and transit agencies.

FY 2011-12 audited financial statements for the Alameda County Congestion Management Agency and the Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority are for the period of July 1, 2011 through February 29, 2012.  For information after March 1, 2012, please see the consolidated Alameda County Transportation Commission statement.

In 2000, nearly 82 percent of Alameda County voters approved Measure B, the half-cent transportation sales tax. Alameda CTC administers Measure B funds to deliver essential transportation projects and programs that improve services, provide critical infrastructure and create jobs. The Alameda County 20-year Transportation Expenditure Plan guides the expenditures of more than $1.4 billion in county transportation funds generated through the continuation of the sales tax over 20 years. A 2014 Transportation Expenditure Plan to fund nearly $8 billion in transportation improvements was passed by voters in November 2014.

Local Government Compensation Report

Alameda CTC’s Local Government Compensation Report for calendar year 2023, as reported to the State Controller’s Office, is printable and downloadable in accordance with Assembly Bill No. 2040 (AB 2040). Per AB 2040, local agencies are required to post on their websites the annual compensation of elected officials, officers and employees, as reported to the State Controller’s Office.