September 15, 2020

Alameda County Transportation Priorities Survey

The Alameda County Transportation Commission is pleased to announce that a new survey to inform the final recommendations of the 2020 Countywide Transportation Plan is now live! Take a brief survey about your transportation priorities and needs.

Thank you for your time during the COVID-19 pandemic when you may be experiencing many different types of impacts. This survey will inform recommendations in the Countywide Transportation Plan (CTP), which sets a long-range vision and near-term priorities for transportation in Alameda County. While we don’t know what the future will look like during and after the pandemic, the strategies described in this survey can help us build a transportation system that works for everyone in the short- and long-term.

What is the Countywide Transportation Plan?

Every four years, Alameda CTC prepares the Countywide Transportation Plan, a long-range planning document that guides transportation policies in Alameda County. All planning for the 2020 Countywide Transportation Plan addresses the following goals and aspirations for transportation in Alameda County:

  • Accessible, Affordable, and Equitable
  • Safe, Healthy, and Sustainable
  • High Quality and Modern Infrastructure
  • Economic Vitality

For more information about the Countywide Transportation Plan, including background information and upcoming milestones, please visit here.

About the Alameda County Transportation Commission

Alameda CTC coordinates countywide transportation planning and delivers essential, voter-supported transportation improvements throughout Alameda County. Funding sources for Alameda CTC’s expenditure plans include the voter approved transportation sales tax Measures B and BB, which were approved by 81.5 percent of county voters in 2000, and more than 70 percent of voters in 2014, respectively. Visit to learn more, and follow Alameda CTC on Facebook and Twitter.