Regional Transportaton Planning
Committees & Agencies
The Town of Danville participates on regional transportation agencies at the regional and countywide level, advocating for the interests of the Town. These regional transportation planning and programmatic agencies include:
Formed by Contra Costa County voters in 1988, CCTA manages the county's transportation sales tax program and manages countywide transportation planning. CCTA also serves as the county's Congestion Management Agency, responsible for putting programs in place to keep traffic levels manageable.
Oversees the expenditures of development fees for transportation in the Tri-Valley area. Member agencies include the Town of Danville, counties of Alameda and Contra Costa and the cities of Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton and San Ramon.
A regional transportation planning committee that provides recommendations to the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) on transportation projects in the San Ramon Valley and Lamorinda. Member agencies include the towns of Danville and Moraga, cities of Lafayette, Moraga and San Ramon, and County of Contra Costa.
A transportation forum between the Town of Danville, City of San Ramon, and Contra Costa County that administers a development fee and utilizes revenues on specific roadway enhancements aimed at providing sufficient traffic capacity to accommodate traffic from the Dougherty Valley development and other projects in San Ramon and Danville.
A transportation agency established for purposes of planning, developing, and delivering cost-effective and responsible transit connectivity between the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District's rail transit system and the Altamont Corridor Express commuter rail service in the Tri-Valley area.
The San Francisco Bay Area's Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and one of several regional transportation planning agencies for the nine-county Bay Area.