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SB 125

Senate Bill 125 (SB 125) Funding Program

In July 2023, the State of California passed Senate Bill 125 (SB 125), which serves as a trailer bill to the State’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2023/24 budget. SB 125 creates approximately $5.1 billion statewide, of new one-time source funding to help address transit providers’ operating and capital needs. The funding is distributed through two programs, the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) and the Zero Emission Transit Capital Program (ZETCP), over a two-year and four-year period, respectively. As the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Placer County, PCTPA is administratively responsible for distributing SB 125 program funds to agencies that are eligible to receive TIRCP and ZETCP funding for projects that meet strict criteria established by the SB 125 program’s final guidelines released on September 30, 2023. PCTPA has been allocated $37,851,991 of combined TIRCP and ZETCP funding over the next four fiscal years to administer.

Per the SB 125 funding program guidelines, PCTPA must make publicly available a summary of monthly ridership data for Auburn Transit, Placer County Transit, and Roseville Transit, consistent with the data submitted by its transit operators to the Federal Transit Administration’s National Transit Database system, starting with data from July 1, 2022, through at least June 30, 2028. Caltrans will provide PCTPA with a summary ridership report that meets this statutory requirement, which can be accessed (once available) via the link, below.  

Pending information link to be provided from Caltrans