Unmet Transit Needs

Section 99238.5 of the California Public Utilities Code states that a public hearing be held at a minimum of once annually, to receive testimony on whether or not there are public transit needs which can be reasonably met by public funds provided by the Transportation Development Act (TDA).

The Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC) must make a determination, as to whether there are needs that can be reasonably met with public funds, before it can allocate these funds to projects other than public transit.

The determination on transit needs will be made by ICTC, from a review of the written testimonies received, and, after receiving comments from the Imperial County Social Services Transportation Advisory Council. This hearing will be concerned with funding for the Fiscal Year 2024-25.

Comments are solicited relevant to the need for public transit throughout Imperial County and the incorporated cities. Testimony related to streets and roads, will not be accepted.

The public hearing will be conducted on:

Monday, April 8, 2024 at 3:00 PM
Imperial County Transportation Commission
1503 N. Imperial Ave., Suite 104
El Centro, CA 92243

Public comments can also be made through Zoom at:


Call in #: (669) 444-9171
Meeting ID: 839 4885 7210
Passcode: 706337

In addition to presenting received testimonies at the hearing, people are invited to submit written or email comments. Please send your comments on or before 5:00PM on April 3, 2024 to:

Imperial County Transportation Commission
Transit Hearing Coordinator
1503 N. Imperial Ave. Suite 104
El Centro, CA 92243

The Regional Mobility Plan may be reviewed at the offices of the Southern California Association of Governments, 900 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1700, Los Angeles, CA 90017.