Congestion Management Program Overview

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  • Congestion Management

  • In June 1990, Proposition 111 was passed, which made additional funding available for transportation projects through a nine cent increase in the state gas tax and mandated that each county with 50,000 or more residents develop a Congestion Management Program (CMP).  As Orange County’s designated Congestion Management Agency (CMA), OCTA is responsible for the conformance monitoring and biennial updating of Orange County’s CMP. 

    Although the passage of AB 2419 (statutes of 1996) provided an opportunity to opt out of the CMP process, OCTA’s Board of Directors elected to continue with it because the data helps to satisfy federal Congestion Management Plan requirements and similar efforts were required as part of the Measure M Growth Management Program (GMP).  Although the GMP ends with the sunset of Measure M, the CMP will remain relevant as a requirement for local jurisdictions to receive Measure M2 funds. 

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

    RE: 2017 ORANGE COUNTY CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) Board of Directors will hold a public hearing at the OCTA Headquarters,   550 South Main Street, Board Room – Conference Room 07-08, Orange, California at their regular meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, November 27, 2017. 

    The public hearing shall be for the purpose of considering the updated 2017 Orange County Congestion Management Program. A copy of the 2017 Orange County Congestion Management Program is available for public inspection, upon request, at the OCTA Headquarters, 600 South Main Street, Orange, California.

    ALL INTERESTED PARTIES are invited to attend the public hearing to address the Board of Directors with verbal or written comments/recommendations.  

    Any person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should contact the OCTA Clerk of the Board, no less than two (2) business days prior to the public hearing to enable OCTA to make reasonable arrangements for this meeting.

    Written comments may be addressed to the Clerk of the Board:

    Laurena Weinert
    Clerk of the Board
    Orange County Transportation Authority
    550 South Main Street
    P.O. Box 14184
    Orange, CA 92863-1584
    Telephone: 714.560.5576

    or

    boardofdirectors@octa.net

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