Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account (PTMISEA)
The Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account Program (PTMISEA) was created by Proposition 1B, the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006. Of the $19.925 billion available to Transportation, $3.6 billion dollars was allocated to PTMISEA to be available to transit operators over a ten-year period. PTMISEA funds may be used for transit rehabilitation, safety or modernization improvements, capital service enhancements or expansions, new capital projects, bus rapid transit improvements, or rolling stock (buses and rail cars) procurement, rehabilitation or replacement. Funds in this account are appropriated annually by the Legislature to the State Controllers Office (SCO) for allocation in accordance with Public Utilities Code formula distributions: 50% allocated to Local Operators based on fare-box revenue and 50% to Regional Entities based on population.
In Fiscal Year (FY) 2007/08, Senate Bill 88 identified the Department of Transportation as the administering agency. The final appropriation of program funds was made in the FY 2014-15 State Budget.
The Budget Act of 2019 re-appropriated the remaining balances of PTMISEA appropriations, which are available for encumbrance and liquidation until June 30, 2023.
December 31, 2019 – Transportation Development Act (TDA) Audit or Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) are due to Caltrans.
- Agencies having received an allocation of PTMISEA funds in Fiscal Year 2018-will need to submit a copy of that audit, or Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (if applicable), to Caltrans within six months after the close of the Fiscal Year
- For agencies’ convenience and to be cost effective, electronic versions of the TDA and of CAFR can be submitted (and are preferred).
- A 90-day extension (extending the deadline from December 31, 2019 to March 31, 2020, may be requested; should such an extension be needed, the recipient agency must notify Caltrans in writing, via email or formal letter.
Related Resources and Other Items of Interest
- Delinquent Agency Report(PDF)
- Obstacles and Delays Report(PDF)
- Governor's Bond Accountability Website
- California State Controller's Office List of Approved Allocations
- Listing of Allocated Projects to Date
- TDA Audit Information Sheet(PDF)
- Residual SCO Allocation List(PDF)
- FY 14-15 SCO Allocation List(PDF)
- FY 10-11 SCO Allocation List(PDF)
- FY 09-10 SCO Allocation List(PDF)
- FY 08-09 SCO Allocation List(PDF)
- FY 07-08 SCO Allocation List(PDF)
- FY 17-18 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 16-17 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 15-16 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 14-15 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 13-14 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 12-13 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 11-12 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 10-11 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- FY 09-10 Report to Legislature(PDF)
- Revised Allocation Request(XLSX)
- Project Lead Checklist(XLS)
- PTMISEA Allocation Request(XLSX)
- Corrective Action Plan(XLS)
- Semi-Annual Itemized Expenditure Table(XLS)
- Final Project Report(XLS)
- PTMISEA Expenditure Plan Worksheet(XLS)
- Revised Expenditure Plan(XLSX)
The following forms are available upon request
- Authorized Agent Form(DOC)
- Certification and Assurance(DOC)
- Sample of Board Resolution(DOC)
- Semi-Annual Report(DOC)
Guidelines and Instructions
- PTMISEA Guidelines(PDF)
- Allocation Request Instructions(PDF)
- PTMISEA Letter of No Prejudice (LONP) Guidelines(PDF)
- Semi_Annual Progress Report Instructions(PDF)