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ATP Project Reporting

On April 28, 2017, the Governor signed Senate Bill (SB) 1 (Beall, Chapter 5, Statutes of 2017), known as the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, and created new and augmented existing programs, including, but not limited to, the Active Transportation Program (ATP).

Changes to ATP Reporting: The CTC requires that Caltrans consider ALL ATP projects as SB1 projects. Therefore, ALL ATP projects are required to adhere to the SB1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines reporting timeline (see bottom of page). Due to the recent progress reports due on May 15, 2018, there may be some overlap in reporting periods. However, ALL ATP projects require progress reports be submitted to Caltrans by Wednesday, September 5th. This is different from previous requirements that required reports based on the initial year of programming. Now, ALL ATP projects require a progress report regardless of programming.

ATP Report Template: ATP reports should be submitted to atpprogressreporting@dot.ca.gov via the submit button at the bottom of form. Please open the ATP Progress Report Instructions, print the instructions, and open the report template from the last page of the instructions. To prevent the reports from being sent back for correction, agencies are strongly encouraged to use the instructions as a step-by-step guide for completing the template. The instructions note required fields for each project. Information from the submitted and approved forms will be presented to the Commission in a Program Progress Report that includes a list of agencies that are not compliant with reporting requirements. Reports will be returned if incomplete and risk the chance of being included in the non-compliant agency list. Click here for the reporting process: ATP Reporting Flowchart.

The ATP Project Reporting Status Report will be updated weekly.

All ATP Progress Report questions should go to Mary Hartegan at mary.hartegan@dot.ca.gov or (916) 653-6930.

SB1 Project Reporting

The SB1 Accountability and Transparency Guidelines also require reporting for the Local Partnership Program (LPP) competitive, Solutions for Congested Corridors Program (SCCP), and Trade Corridor Enhancement Program (TCEP) projects. These SB1 progress reports are due to SB1.progress.reports@dot.ca.gov by Wednesday, September 5th. Information from the submitted and approved forms will be presented to the Commission in a Program Progress Report that includes a list of agencies that are not compliant with reporting requirements.

LPP Reporting Clarification: LPP formula projects are not required to report.

SB1 Report Template: Click here for the SB1 Report Template and refer questions to your project’s program contact below:


Program

Contact

LPP

Sharon Bertozzi
sharon.bertozzi@dot.ca.gov
(916)654-2848

SCCP

Leah Shepard
leah.shepard@dot.ca.gov
(916)651-6881

TCEP

Tony Cano
antonio.cano@dot.ca.gov
(916)651-6880



Reporting Timeline for both ATP & SB1

Quarterly Progress Reporting Rounds for ATP & SB1:


Due Date to Caltrans

Timeframe to Cover

Presented to Commission

September 5, 2018

March – August 2018

October 2018

TBD

July – September 2018

December 2018

TBD

October – December 2018

March 2019

TBD

January – March 2019

May 2019

TBD

April – June 2019

August 2019

 

Semi-Annual Reporting beginning July 2019 for ATP & SB1:


Due Date to Caltrans

Timeframe to Cover

Presented to Commission

TBD

July – December 2019

March 2020

TBD

January – June 2020

August 2020

  • Reporting reminders are sent to the following:
    • CEAC
    • League of Cities
    • RTPA Moderator
    • ATRC List-Serve
    • LTAP List-Serve

 

Questions and Contacts

For project reporting questions please contact Mary Hartegan at mary.hartegan@dot.ca.gov or (916) 653-6930.

 


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Last Updated: August 14, 2018

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