Congestion bottleneck program. California Transportation Commission. Agencies which may apply for funds include those listed in the act under specific projects, those agencies named in Government Code Section 14556.40, and any Regional Transportation Planning Agency, city, county, or other local transportation funding agency which can carry out a project to relieve a traffic congestion bottleneck.
Transit service expansion and enhancement. Controller.Transit agencies receive these funds, as well as agencies named in the section. Funds are distributed based on formulas in existing law.
Transit Capital. California Transportation Commission. Agencies named in the section and regional transportation planning agencies may receive funds. Funds are distributed on a competitive basis.
Senior and Disabled Transportation. Controller. Transportation planning agencies may apply for these funds.
Rail Grade Separations. California Transportation Commission, according to priorities set by Public Utilities Commission. Any public agency may apply, as well as agencies named in the section.
Transportation Impact Mitigation. Resources Agency. Public agencies and nonprofit organizations may apply, as well as agencies named in the section.
Transportation Water Quality. State Water Resources Control Board. Any public agency or nonprofit organization may apply.
Carl Moyer Air Quality. Air Resources Board. Funds will be distributed to local Air Quality Districts, which will receive grant applications from public and private owners of heavy duty vehicles.
Bicycle Program. Department of Transportation. Grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations.
Pedestrian Program. Department of Transportation. Grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations.
Intercity and Commuter Rail. California Transportation Commission. Department of Transportation, and local operators of commuter and intercity rail, as well as agencies named in the section.
Rural Transportation. Controller. Transit operators in rural counties, according to formula.
Transit Oriented Development. Business and Transportation Agency. Grants to transit districts, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Competitive grant program.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety. Office of Criminal Justice Planning (2/3), and Department of Education (1/3). Law enforcement agencies may apply for OCJP funds. School districts, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations may apply for DOE funds.
Safe and Clean School Buses. Department of Education.School districts and related districts may apply for these funds.
Traffic Safety Improvement. California Transportation Commission. Funds are available to CalTrans and regional transportation planning agencies.
Passenger Rail Improvement, Safety, and Modernization.Controller. Funds are made available by formula to interstate, regional, commuter and other rail agencies.
Existing programs affected by the Act, such as the State Bicycle Account, Safe Routes to School Program, and Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program, are administered as they are today.