Active Transportation: Central Valley Region
Active Transportation Program – Tulare County Association of Governments
Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) member agencies.
Sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, Safe Routes to School programs, and plans for walking and bicycling.
The most recent application period for Cycle 5 closed in September 2020. TCAG will not issue a call for projects for the Cycle 6 MPO Component. Only those projects submitted to Caltrans for consideration in the Statewide Component will be considered for funding under the MPO Component. However, each project will be reviewed by the TCAG local project evaluation committee and given a new score. For more information review the TCAG Project Selection guidelines here
$623,000 for 2018/2019.
Measure K Bicycles, Pedestrians, Safe Routes to School and Smart Growth Program – San Joaquin County Association of Governments
San Joaquin County Association of Governments (SJCOG) member jurisdictions, the San Joaquin Regional Transit District, and the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission.
Bicycle commuter facilities, pedestrian and bicycle recreational facilities, traffic calming features, crosswalks, pedestrian/bicycle bridges, Safe Routes to School projects, transit amenities, infill development, neighborhood revitalization, and downtown improvements.
Request for proposals announced every 2-4 years in spring with applications typically due in December and approved in February. The next call for proposals is anticipated in Spring 2021.
$19.63 million available in the most recent application cycle (2017), with a minimum of $3.85 million for the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Safe Routes to School Competitive Program and a minimum of $7.78 million for the Smart Growth Incentive Program.
Small to Medium
Regional Sustainable Infrastructure Planning Grant Program – Fresno Council of Governments
Fresno Council of Governments (FCOG) member agencies, transit agencies, and Native American tribal governments. Nonprofits and community-based organizations may apply as a partner entity.
Active transportation, shared mobility, transit-oriented development, Safe Routes to Schools, town center, safety (vision zero), climate adaptation, transit station, other similar plans, and studies.
The most recent application cycle closed in August 2019. The next funding round has not yet been announced.
Funding varies each cycle, but the average has been approximately $150,000 per cycle.