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    Jodie McCann

    Transportation Funding Analyst, Senior

    (714) 560-5320
  • Under Measure M (M2), OCTA administers the Comprehensive Transportation Funding Program (CTFP).

    Comprised primarily of Measure M (M2) funds, the CTFP can also include state/federal funding sources such as the Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) and supplemental State-Local Partnership Program (SLPP) funds.

    The CTFP offers a collection of competitive grant programs to local agencies to assist in funding street improvements varying from transit expansion to environmental mitigation projects. OCTA issues an annual call for projects to utilize M2 and any available state/federal funds for the RCP and RTSP. See below for more information on the different programs made possible by the CTFP.

    Street Improvements Competitive Grants

  • Regional Traffic Signal Synchronization Project (RTSSP) objectives:

    • Synchronize traffic signals across jurisdictions
    • Monitor and regularly improve the synchronization
    • Synchronize signals on a corridor basis reflecting existing traffic patterns in contiguous zones or road segments that have common operations

    Arterial Capacity Enhancements (ACE) objectives:

    • Complete MPAH network through gap closures and construction of missing segments
    • Relieve congestion by providing additional roadway capacity where needed
    • Provide timely investment of M2 revenues
    • Leverage funding from other sources

    Intersection Capacity Enhancements (ICE) objectives:

    • Improve MPAH network capacity and throughput along MPAH facilities
    • Relieve congestion at MPAH intersections by providing additional turn and through lane capacity
    • Improve connectivity between neighboring jurisdiction by improving operations
    • Provide timely investment of M2 revenues

    Freeway Arterial/Streets Transitions (FAST) objectives:

    • Improve transition to and from Orange County Freeways
    • Provide timely investment of M2 revenues
    Project P - RTSSP

    Regional Traffic Signal Synchronization Project (RTSSP) objectives:

    • Synchronize traffic signals across jurisdictions
    • Monitor and regularly improve the synchronization
    • Synchronize signals on a corridor basis reflecting existing traffic patterns in contiguous zones or road segments that have common operations
    Project O – ACE

    Arterial Capacity Enhancements (ACE) objectives:

    • Complete MPAH network through gap closures and construction of missing segments
    • Relieve congestion by providing additional roadway capacity where needed
    • Provide timely investment of M2 revenues
    • Leverage funding from other sources
    Project O – ICE

    Intersection Capacity Enhancements (ICE) objectives:

    • Improve MPAH network capacity and throughput along MPAH facilities
    • Relieve congestion at MPAH intersections by providing additional turn and through lane capacity
    • Improve connectivity between neighboring jurisdiction by improving operations
    • Provide timely investment of M2 revenues
    Project O – FAST

    Freeway Arterial/Streets Transitions (FAST) objectives:

    • Improve transition to and from Orange County Freeways
    • Provide timely investment of M2 revenues
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