This $232 million investment in the community will improve regional connectivity and relieve traffic congestion while enhancing one of the East Bay’s most diverse cultural corridors.
BRT is substantially funded by Federal Transit Administration Small Starts Grant fund, Alameda County Measure B/BB funds, MTC/Bay Area Toll Authority’s Regional Measure 2 and 3 bridge tolls, Senate Bill 1: The Road Repair & Accountability Act of 2017, California STIP, Prop 1B Infrastructure Bond, and Cap & Trade funds, Federal Highway Administration CMAQ funds, Bay Area Air Quality Management District Transportation for Clean Air funds, and AC Transit capital funds.
|Total Program Funding – Small Starts and Other Related Improvements|
|Federal Transit Administration Small Starts||42.1%|
|Federal Transit Administration Bus & Bus Facilities||1.7%|
|Federal Highway Administration Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program||7.1%|
|Alameda County Measure B/Measure BB (Sales Tax)||12.6%|
|Regional Measure 2 (Bridge Tolls)||31.6%|
|State Transportation Improvement Program||0.9%|
|Proposition 1B Infrastructure Bond||2.3%|
|Cap & Trade Low Carbon Transit Operations Program||1.1%|
|Transportation for Clean Air Program||0.5%|
|AC Transit Capital Funds (Project Development)||0.2%|
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