What is Measure "C" and the Fresno County Transportation Authority (FCTA)?

In 1986, Fresno County voters passed Measure "C," a half-cent sales tax aimed at improving the overall quality of Fresno County's transportation system, including the County and all 15 cities within the County. In its first 20 years, Measure "C" delivered more than $1 billion of improvements to state highways and county roadways, and has helped the building of additional lanes and freeway improvements throughout the County. As a result of the successful original measure, Fresno County voters chose to extend Measure "C" for an additional 20 years. 

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  • Meetings

    Comprehensive schedule for all FCTA Board Meetings along with other meetings.


  • Projects for Bid

    Never miss a project. Get all the information on all upcoming Project Bids.


  • Measure 'C' FAQ's

    Once a modest stop along the Central Pacific Railway, the Fresno area...


Measure 'C' Financial Information

The complete original Expenditure plan along with projected tax-generated funds for the next 20 years. Overseen by the Fresno County Transportation Authority.

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Let Your Voice Be Heard

Our 13-member Citizens' Oversight Committee is in search of TWO Community Organization Appointees, consistent with the November 2006 voter-approved Measure C Expenditure Plan.

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Citizen Oversight

A 13-member Citizens' Oversight Committee was formed to inform the public and ensure Measure 'C' program revenues and expenditures are spent as promised to the public.

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Veterans Boulevard Corridor Project

This informational video will answer any questions regarding the upcoming Veterans Boulevard Corridor project in northwest Fresno. See where the project will run and how it proves beneficial to improve traffic in the community.

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January 19, 2018
October 28, 1930 – January 18, 2018 Harry has left his mark on transportation in Fresno County and he will be [...]


September 29, 2017
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and Fresno County Transportation Authority (FCTA) will mark the beginning of work on the [...]


January 23, 2017
After a nation-wide recruiting effort, the Fresno County Transportation Authority (FCTA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Leonardo [...]



Carpool Program

The Commuter Carpool program will reward motorists who carpool to work or school.  If you carpool at least twice a week, you can enter to win a $1,000 cash prize to be given away each month.  Each eligible weekly entry qualifies carpoolers in the annual Grand Prize Drawing.  

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Senior Taxi Scrip Program

Fresno County seniors: receive a 75% discount on taxi fares with taxi scrip! Seniors 70 years and over are eligible for the scrip, which can be purchased at select FAX locations and senior centers, Clovis City Hall and by mail through Fresno COG.

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Farmworker Vanpool Program

Try a cost-effective alternative to driving alone. The farm worker vanpool program offers subsidies and reimbursements for new van pools to cover start-up costs such as medical exams, as well as driver incentives.

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Commuter Vanpool Program

The Commuter Vanpool Program is a cost-effective way to get to your destinations safely and improve our air quality. You’ll be eligible for reimbursements that can cover start-up costs, or financial assistance to maintain your existing vanpool.

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