Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and Access Improvements at West Contra Costa BART Stations

Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and Access Improvements at BART Stations Successful transit-oriented development depends on creating an environment that is engaging to bicyclists, pedestrians, and other transit users, including the many who access the station by car. Public improvements are required to create a safe and inviting place for people to live, work, and use

Congestion Management

Congestion Management Besides being responsible for the Measure J Growth Management Program, the Authority serves as the Congestion Management Agency (CMA) for Contra Costa County. As the CMA, the Authority must, under State law, prepare a Congestion Management Program (CMP) and update it every two years. The CMP is meant to outline the CMA’s strategies

System Monitoring

System Monitoring As part of the its transportation planning and growth management responsibilities, the Authority periodically monitors the performance of the transportation system in Contra Costa. Two of the main efforts are the monitoring of the Multimodal Transportation Service Objectives (MTSOs) as part of updates of the Action Plan for Routes of Regional Significance and the Countywide Comprehensive

Lifeline Transportation Program

Lifeline Transportation Program The Lifeline Transportation Program supports projects that address mobility and accessibility needs in low-income communities throughout the region. It is funded by a combination of federal and state operating and capital funding sources, including the Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5307/Job Access and Reverse Commute Program, and state Proposition 1B Transit Capital and