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For additional CTC related information and adopted resolutions, please see Caltrans, Transportation Programming, and the Office of CTC Liaison.

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Deputy Director of Transportation Road Charge Pilot Program (LT)

Final Filing Date: December 1, 2016


Student Assistant

Final Filing Date: February 2, 2017



California Transportation Commission (CTC)

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) was established in 1978 by Assembly Bill 402 (Chapter 1106, Statutes of 1977) out of a growing concern for a single, unified California transportation policy. The CTC replaced and assumed the responsibilities of four independent bodies: The California Highway Commission, the State Transportation Board, the State Aeronautics Board, and the California Toll Bridge Authority.

The CTC consists of eleven voting members and two non-voting ex-officio members. Of the eleven voting members, nine are appointed by the Governor, one is appointed by the Senate Rules Committee, and one is appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly. The two ex-officio non-voting members are appointed from the State Senate and Assembly, usually the respective chairs of the transportation policy committee in each house.

The CTC is responsible for the programming and allocating of funds for the construction of highway, passenger rail, active transportation, aeronautics, and transit improvements throughout California. The CTC also advises and assists the Secretary of the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and the Legislature in formulating and evaluating state policies and plans for California's transportation programs. The CTC is also an active participant in the initiation and development of State and Federal legislation that seeks to secure financial stability for the State's transportation needs.

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California's Transportation Funding Crisis

Upcoming Events


December 7-8, 2016

California Transportation Commission Meeting

Riverside County Administration Building
Supervisors' Chambers
4080 Lemon Street
Riverside, CA

To view the live webcast of this meeting, please visit: http://ctc.dot.ca.gov/webcast


December 8, 2016

National Highway Freight Program Guidelines Workshop

Riverside County Administration Building
Riverside County Transportation Commission Boardroom
4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor
Riverside, CA


December 9, 2016

Road Charge Technical Advisory Meeting

Riverside County Administration Building
Supervisors' Chambers
4080 Lemon Street
Riverside, CA

To view the live webcast of this meeting, please visit: http://ctc.dot.ca.gov/webcast

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On-going work

2017 Active Transportation Program (ATP) Staff Recommendations

2016 HRCSA Staff Recommendations

Regional Transportation Plan and California Transportation Plan Guidelines

Schedule of Upcoming RTP/CTP Guidelines Workgroup Meetings NEW!

Road Charge Pilot Program

Volunteer for the California Road Charge Pilot Program

Caltrans aims to eliminate gas tax with new program

Looking for a way to replace lost gas tax revenue

Final Adopted 2017 ATP Guidelines

2017 Active Transportation Program (ATP) Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund Guidelines Workshop Powerpoint Presentation

Recently Adopted

2016 Report of STIP Balances County and Interregional Shares

Toll Facility Application Guidelines Implementing AB 194 (Frazier, 2015)

Final Adopted 2016 STIP

2016 Aeronautics Account Fund Estimate


News/Press Releases

Press Release: Governor Brown signs AB 2289 (Frazier)