Southern California Region Active Transportation Program (ATP) – Southern California Association of Governments
Who is Eligible

Cities, counties, tribes, MPOs, transit agencies, school districts, nonprofits (rec trails only) located in Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) member counties. Applications must have been submitted through the statewide program to be considered for this SCAG program.

What it Funds

Sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, safe routes to schools programs, plans for walking and bicycling.

When to Apply

The most recent application period (Cycle 4) closed in July 2018. No supplemental application is required for this SCAG program.

Available Funds

$83.1 million for implementation projects allocated to SCAG member counties based on population. Includes $795,000 for Imperial County, $44.0 million for Los Angeles County, $13.9 million for Orange County, $10.million for Riverside County, $9.3 million for San Bernardino County, and $3.7 million for Ventura County.

Award Size


Small, Medium, and Large

Level of Effort to Apply

To be determined

Competitiveness
To be determined
Measure M Local Return Funds – Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Who is Eligible

Incorporated cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.

What it Funds

Street and road improvement, active transportation and complete streets, green streets (stormwater management), traffic control measures (e.g., traffic signal upgrades, transportation demand management (TDM)), public transportation services and capital improvements, transit-oriented community investments (TOC), planning, engineering, and design, and other project types.

When to Apply

Eligible jurisdictions must submit Assurances and Understandings agreements prior to participating in the Measure M Local Return program.

Available Funds

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) anticipates that the Local Return program will be allocated between 17%-20% of Measure M revenues over the next 40 years, distributed on a per-capita basis. LA Metro anticipates funding amounts ranging from $4.5 million to $92.5 annually, depending on population.

Award Size

To be determined

Level of Effort to Apply

To be determined

Competitiveness

Measure M local return fund revenues are allocated to eligible jurisdictions on a per capita basis and are not competitive.

Sustainability Planning Grant Program – Southern California Association of Governments
Who is Eligible

Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) member jurisdictions.

What it Funds

Sustainable land use planning, transit-oriented development, land use and transportation integration projects, bicycle, pedestrian, and safe routes to school plans.

When to Apply

Most recent application cycle closed in December 2018.

Available Funds

$4.4 million with a maximum of $250,000 for planning projects and $500,000 for infrastructure demonstration (quick builds) projects.

Award Size


Small

Level of Effort to Apply


Low

Competitiveness

55 out of 194 proposals funded (2017)

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