Low Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP) FY 17-18
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Low Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP) FY 17-18Allocation Request Workshops
Office of State Programs and PolicyDivision of Rail and Mass TransportationDepartment of Transportation
Program BackgroundFY 17-18 Allocation Request
Discussion Program Timeline
Low Carbon Transit Operations Program
LCTOP is one of several programs that are part of the Transit, Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program established by Senate Bill (SB) 862 2014. LCTOP was created to provide operating and capital assistance to transit agencies with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and improving mobility; with an emphasis on serving Disadvantaged Communities (DAC).
For agencies whose service area includes a DAC, at least 50% of the total monies received shall be expended on projects that provide a direct, meaningful and assured benefit to DAC(s).
ARB Funding Guideline Updates
SB 32 requires California Air Resources Board to ensure that statewide greenhouse gas emissions are reduced to 40% below the 1990 level by 2030.
revised investments within disadvantaged communities requiring administering agencies to allocate:
, 5% of GGRF funds must benefit individuals living in low-income communities or benefiting low income households statewide.
additional minimum of 5% that are located within and benefiting individuals living in low-income communities, or benefiting low-income households, that are within a ½ mile of a
Low Carbon Transit
Operation ProgramFY 2017-18 Allocation Request
LCTOP DiscussionProgram Timeline
A completed Allocation Request must be received for project fundingAllocation Request will be due March 30th, 2018
Submit Excel and PDF document via EMAIL email@example.com. Please one project per E-mail.
AND mail a hard copy to DRMTAttn: LCTOPP.O. Box
942874 MS 39Sacramento, CA 94274-0001
LCTOP Timeline FY 2017-2018Caltrans provide LCTOP Draft Guidelines Workshops
Draft Guidelines comments due to Caltrans
2016 Guidelines and Updated Allocation Request Materials Publicly Available
January, 19 2018
transit operators of available funds for fiscal year
January 31, 2018
Caltrans to provide Allocation Request with
QM Tool Workshops
January - February
transit agencies deadline to submit project allocation to Caltrans
Caltrans, in collaboration with ARB, reviews and approves a list of eligible projects and submits
list to SCO
June 30, 2018
Semi-Annual Reports due to Caltrans (on data October 1 – March 31)