Socal To Receive $345 Million In Active Transportation Funding


On Dec. 7, the California Transportation Commission adopted the Statewide Component of the Active Transportation Program, which will bring nearly $345 million in much-needed funds for 22 projects across the SCAG region. Next year SCAG will work with the commission to program an additional $343 million for the region in the MPO Component of this program.

SCAG-region projects included in the funding approval:

Los Angeles County

  • Bell Gardens Complete Streets Improvement, $2.96 million
  • Metro A Line Connections for unincorporated Los Angeles County, $9.9 million
  • Western Our Way, Walk and Wheel Improvements, $37.7 million
  • Osborne Street, Path to Park Access Project, $42.3 million
  • Traffic Calming for Parkway Drive and Denholm Drive, $4.3 million
  • Slauson Avenue Corridor and Citywide Pedestrian, Bike and Transit Improvements, $2.1  million
  • LA River Greenway, East San Fernando Valley Gap Closure, $34.4 million
  • Skid Row Connectivity and Safety Project, $38.6 million
  • Wilmington Safe Streets: A People First Approach, $32.3 million
  • Lancaster Safe Routes to Schools Master Plan, $796,000
  • Hawaiian Gardens Bicycle Master Plan, $370,000
  • Normandie Beautiful: Creating Neighborhood Connections in South LA, $23.6 million
  • Montebello Railroad Safety Crossings Improvements, $5.9 million
  • Mid-City Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections, $8.8 million

Orange County

  • OC Loop, Segment P and Q, $45.9 million
  • Orange Avenue Bike Lane and Bicycle Boulevard Project, $5.8 million

Ventura County

  • Saticoy Pedestrian Improvement and Community Connections Project, $3.5 million

Inland Empire

  • Desert Edge Mobility Plan, $300,000
  • Jurupa Valley Mira Loma Area Safe Routes to Schools Sidewalk Gap Closure, $3.5 million
  • Coachella Valley Arts & Music Line, $36.5 million
  • Jurupa Valley Granit Hill Area Safe Routes to Schools Sidewalk Gap Closure, $3.4 million
  • Jurupa Valley Agate Street Complete Streets Project, $1.3 million

Click here for a complete listing of projects receiving this latest round of funding through the statewide Active Transportation Project.