OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESSES
CALTRANS' OFFICE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY (OBEO)
Contact Caltrans OBEO for further information on the Small Business, Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise programs:
EMPLOYMENT RECRUITMENT EVENTS
SB 1 PROGRAM GUIDELINES
The State is seeking public comment on the following program guidelines:
The Active Transportation Program (ATP) was created to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation. In 2017, SB 1 added approximately $100 million per year in available funds for the ATP. This will nearly double the amount of available funds for the Active Transportation Program.
Contact: Laurie Waters, CTC Associate Deputy Director - Laurie.Waters@catc.ca.gov
For more information, visit the California Transportation Commission's Active Transportation Program page.
SB 1 placed upon the California Transportation Commission (CTC) the responsibility to track performance of all SB 1 funded programs under its purview and report to the public how well recipients of SB 1 funds are delivering on promises made to the taxpayers. As such, the CTC is developing SB 1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines.
Contact: Dawn Cheser, CTC Associate Deputy Director - Dawn.Cheser@catc.ca.gov
- Draft SB 1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines - January 26, 2018
For more information, visit the California Transportation Commission's SB 1 Accountability and Reform Measures page.
The State of Good Repair (SGR) Program will provide $105 million annually to the State Transit Assistance (STA) account to fund eligible transit maintenance, rehabilitation and capital projects. These funds will be allocated under the STA program formula to eligible recipients who have submitted an annual list of projects to Caltrans.
To view the SGR guidelines and other program updates visit : Caltrans' SGR Program page.
In January 2018, the California State Transportation Agency announced 7 recipients for $51.9 million in State Rail Assistance Program (SRA) funding. These projects, which have a total value of $136 million when including funding from other sources, are focused investments by the state to improve commuter and intercity rail service across the state, reduce air pollution and ease traffic congestion.
- SRA Guidelines for 2017-18 through 2019-20 Fundung – October 13, 2017
- Complete List of Projects - as of January 30, 2018
For more information, see: CalSTA's SRA Program page.
The Transportation Agency will announce the Transit and Intercity Capital Rail Program (TIRCP) grant recipients by April 30, 2018.
For more information, see: Caltrans' TIRCP page.