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Keeping Contra Costa Moving.​

HOW TO REACH US

To support public health recommendations related to COVID-19 also known as coronavirus, and consistent with the Contra Costa County’s Shelter in Place Order and the Governor’s Executive Order requiring offices to be closed, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority has moved to a “virtual office” effective March 20, 2020 and will remain a “virtual office” until the order has been rescinded or amended.

Please see our Public Meetings webpage to view the latest meeting notices and options for participation.

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Keeping Contra Costa Moving.

HOW TO REACH US

To support public health recommendations related to COVID-19 also known as coronavirus, and consistent with the Contra Costa County’s Shelter in Place Order and the Governor’s Executive Order requiring offices to be closed, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority has moved to a “virtual office” effective March 20, 2020 through May 3, 2020 unless the order is rescinded, amended, or extended.

Please see our Public Meetings webpage to view the latest meeting notices and options for participation.

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SERVING THE COMMUNITY
SINCE 1989

$14 million

PROVIDED

to support transit capital projects

$3.4 million

PROVIDED

to support paratransit operations

$10.6 million

PROVIDED

to support bus operations

$2.9 million

PROVIDED

to support school bus operations

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The Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (CBPAC) of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) has two vacancies for at-large residents of Contra Costa, one familiar with issues facing youths and one familiar with issues facing people with disabilities and people older than 65 years of age. CBPAC Membership requires attendance of scheduled meetings on the fourth Monday every other month starting in January, at 11:00 am (typically up to two hours). If you are a resident of Contra Costa County and interested in becoming one of these at-large members, you can learn more and apply at ccta.net/news/

Submission details and more information about the responsibilities of this committee are provided on the application. Deadline to submit is no later than 5pm on January 31, 2021.
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The Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (CBPAC) of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) has two vacancies for at-large  residents of Contra Costa, one familiar with issues facing youths and one familiar with issues facing people with disabilities and people older than 65 years of age. CBPAC Membership requires attendance of scheduled meetings on the fourth Monday every other month starting in January, at 11:00 am (typically up to two hours). If you are a resident of Contra Costa County and interested in becoming one of these at-large members, you can learn more and apply at https://ccta.net/news/Submission details and more information about the responsibilities of this committee are provided on the application. Deadline to submit is no later than 5pm on January 31, 2021.

#NationalDressUpYourPetDay – If Sparky can wear bright or reflective colors when walking, he thinks you probably should too. He wants to remind people that drive, walk, & bike – SEE & BE SEEN See MoreSee Less

#NationalDressUpYourPetDay - If Sparky can wear bright or reflective colors when walking, he thinks you probably should too. He wants to remind people that drive, walk, & bike - SEE & BE SEEN

#OnThisDay in 1842, Charles Lenox Remond’s brave testimony against racial discrimination on public transit was published. #BlackHistoryMonth

Read more on page 5: http://ow.ly/TXoJ50DIheD

Would you use a bike highway to get around the Bay Area?
No matter how you roll 🚴🛴🚲, @CaltransD4 wants your input.
Take their survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CaltransBayAreaBikeHighwaySurvey

#BlackHistoryMonth – On November 20, 1923, Garret Morgan received a patent for a three-position traffic light. After witnessing a traumatic accident, Morgan developed the yellow light in hopes of preventing future crashes.

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