Active Transportation: Bay Area Region
Bay Area Active Transportation Program (ATP) – Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Cities, counties, tribes, MPOs, transit agencies, school districts, nonprofits (rec trails only) located in MTC member counties. Applications must have been submitted through the statewide program to be considered for this MTC program.
Sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, safe routes to school programs, and plans for walking and bicycling.
The application deadline is typically concurrent with the Statewide Active Transportation Program deadline, which occurs every two years. It is anticipated that the next call for applications (Cycle 5) will be announced in Spring 2020. A supplemental regional application is required for this MTC program.
$38 million (2018).
Small, Medium, and Large
Low to Medium
One Bay Area Grant 2 (OBAG 2) Program – Metropolitan Transportation Commission
To be determined. County program, managed by the nine Bay Area Congestion Management Agencies (CMAs).
Streetscape enhancements, bicycle and pedestrian improvements, safe routes to school projects, and transportation planning.
To be determined. Check Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) webpage for updates.
$368 Million over 5 years (2017 to 2022).
To be determined
To be determined
One Bay Area Grant: Priority Conservation Area (PCA) Grant for Peninsula, South Bay, and East Bay Counties – Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Cities, towns, counties, congestion management agencies, tribes, special districts, land trusts, and nonprofits. Projects must be located in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and/or Santa Clara Counties.
Projects that provide or enhance bicycle and pedestrian access to open space/parkland resources.
The most recent funding cycle closed in July 2019.
Approximately $10 million is available, with grants ranging from $100,000 to $1 million.