YUBA-SUTTER TRANSIT FEDERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM PROJECTS 2021-2022
A public hearing will be held by the Yuba-Sutter Transit Authority in the Yuba County Board of Supervisors’ Chambers at 915 Eighth Street, Marysville, California at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 15, 2021 for the purpose of receiving comments on Yuba-Sutter Transit’s proposed FY 2021-2022 operating and capital assistance projects to be funded in part through Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Sections 5307, 5311 and 5339 grant programs. This shall serve as the final program notice unless amended. The projects are generally described as follows:
1. The projects include funding for urbanized and non-urbanized area operating and capital expenses of Yuba-Sutter Transit including transportation operations, maintenance, administration, vehicle replacement, and other related expenses for the period July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. Yuba-Sutter Transit is the applicant and mass transportation operator to be assisted.
2. The projects will be administered at Yuba-Sutter Transit’s headquarters at 2100 B Street, Marysville, California but the projects will have area-wide implications.
- The combined urbanized and non-urbanized federal operating and capital assistance for the period is estimated at $4,730,723. The capital program includes $151,050 in Section 5311 funds and $339,473 in Section 5339 funds. The operating program includes $3,990,200 in Section 5307 funds and $250,000 in Section 5311 funds. Local funds required to complete the proposed FY 2021-2022 projects are estimated at $5,467,477 for a total cost of $10,198,200. Local funding will be primarily derived from state and local Transportation Development Act funds, state bond funds and passenger fares.
No persons, families or businesses will be displaced by the projects. No significant environmental impact is anticipated by initiation of the proposed projects. The projects are in conformance with the comprehensive land use and transportation planning for the area and will be consistent with the adopted Transportation Improvement Program. The special needs of the elderly and persons with disabilities have been considered.
Interested persons or agencies will be given an opportunity to comment at the hearing on the social, environmental and economic aspects of the proposed projects. Interested persons may submit, orally or in writing, evidence and recommendations with respect to said projects.
A copy of the grant applications and the Transportation Improvement Program for the area will be available for public inspection by appointment at 2100 B Street, Marysville, California during normal business hours. Call (530) 634-6880 for more information or to make an appointment.Public Hearing Notice - Federal Programs 2021-22