Community-Based Transportation Plan Program

The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is conducting a series of Community-Based Transportation Plans (CBTPs) to identify transportation improvements that will address the transportation needs of economically disadvantaged communities throughout Contra Costa. The CBTPs will help to identify projects and programs that will improve the quality of life for people living and working in and around the following four project study areas which have been identified by MTC as “Communities of Concern”:

1) Pittsburg/Bay Point, 2) Concord (Monument Corridor), 3) Richmond Area, and 4) Martinez.

For details about the individual CBTPs, please click on the corresponding study area found below.

Pittsburg-Bay Point

The Pittsburg-Bay Point area Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Pittsburg, Bay Point, and the City of Antioch.

This is the first update to the Pittsburg-Bay Point Area CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2007. The current CBTP update process began in fall 2018 and is scheduled for completion in spring 2020.

On this page, you may browse materials relevant to the Pittsburg-Bay Point Area CBTP by clicking on the corresponding document link below:

Monument Corridor

The Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Concord.

This is the first update to the Monument Corridor CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2006. The current CBTP update process began in fall 2018 and is scheduled for completion in spring 2020.

On this page, you may browse materials relevant to the Monument Corridor CBTP by clicking on the corresponding document link below:

Richmond Area

The Richmond area Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Richmond, the City of San Pablo, the City of El Cerrito, and portions of unincorporated Contra Costa County.

This is the first update to the Richmond Area CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2004. The current CBTP update process began in fall 2018 and is scheduled for completion in 2020.

On this page, you may browse materials relevant to the Richmond Area CBTP by clicking on the corresponding document link below:

Downtown Martinez

The Downtown Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Martinez.

This is the first update to the Downtown Martinez CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2009. The current CBTP update process began in fall 2018 and is scheduled for completion in spring 2020.

On this page, you may browse materials relevant to the Downtown Martinez CBTP by clicking on the corresponding document link below: