Active Transportation: Southern California Region
Southern California Region Active Transportation Program (ATP) – Southern California Association of Governments
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.
Sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, safe routes to school programs, plans for walking, and bicycling.
The application deadline is typically concurrent with the Statewide Active Transportation Program deadline, which occurs every two years. The most recent application window closed on June 15, 2022. Awards are expected on June 2023.
SCAG will release a supplemental Call for Projects through the Sustainable Communities Program (SCP) in September 2022.
$93.4 million for implementation projects allocated to SCAG member counties based on population. Includes $882,000 for Imperial County, $47.5 million for Los Angeles County, $14.9 million for Orange County, $11.3 million for Riverside County, $10.1 million for San Bernardino County, and $3.9 million for Ventura County.
Small, Medium, and Large
To be determined
Sustainable Communities Program (SCP): Active Transportation & Safety Program – Southern California Association of Governments
Local or regional agencies, transit agencies, natural resources or public land agencies, public schools or school districts, and tribal governments in Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) member jurisdictions.
Planning and quick build projects that result in increased rates of walking and biking, promote traffic safety, expand opportunities for multimodal transportation options, and better position local jurisdictions to be competitive for implemeting funds. Eligible projects include Active Transportation Plans, Safety Plans, Network Visioning and Implementation, and Quick Build projects.
The most recent round of funding round closed in December 2020. The next call for applications is expected in Spring 2022 with a focus on Civic Engagement, Equity, and Environmental Justice.
Maximum award per project are as follows: Active Transportation Focused Plans – $500,000. Transportation Safety Focused Plans – $250,000. Quick Build Projects – $900,000. Network Visioning and Implementation – $1,250,000.
Small to Medium
To be determined