The OBAG program adopted by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in May 2012 supports California's SB 375, which requires a Sustainable Communities Strategy to integrate land use and transportation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. OBAG is funded by federal transportation funding sources.
The SCTA is estimated to receive $23 million through FY 2015-16 from the OBAG program for transportation investments in Sonoma County. One Bay Area Grant schedule
The Countywide Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee (CBPAC) is charged with reviewing the "Complete Streets Checklists" for each CMA Block Grant project. Each project sponsor fills these out. The checklists are reviewed by the CBPAC as part of a public disclosure process, however, specific comments are to be directed to the entity that has proposed the project. A link to the checklists follows:
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