The Lifeline Transportation Program funds projects that improve mobility for low-income residents. Applications are due December 19, 2014.
The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) has released a call for projects for the Fourth Cycle (Cycle 4) Lifeline Transportation Program. The Lifeline Transportation Program is intended to fund projects that result in improved mobility for low-income residents.
The Lifeline Program supports community-based transportation projects that are developed through a collaborative and inclusive planning process, improve a range of transportation choices and address transportation gaps and/or barriers identified in Community-based Transportation Plans (CBTPs) or other substantive local planning efforts involving outreach to low-income populations.
To be eligible for Lifeline funding, projects must meet the Lifeline program goals and meet the eligibility requirements of at least one of the available funding sources.
Alameda CTC hosted an application workshop at 1 p.m., Tuesday, November 18. at 1111 Broadway, Suite 800, Oakland, California.
Applications are due to Alameda CTC by 3 p.m. on Friday, December 19, 2014.
For more information and application materials, see the Lifeline Transportation Program web page.