Vehicle Registration Fee Funding

In an effort to improve the County's transportation network, reduce traffic congestion, and vehicle related pollution, Alameda County taxpayers approved a $10 per year vehicle registration fee for transportation projects.

  • The ballot measure, Measure F, was overwhelmingly approved by county voters in 2012 with 63% of the vote.
  • The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) oversees Measure F, its funding, and the implementation of projects and programs by the communities who receive those funds.
  • Approximately 60% of Measure F funding is allocated directly to local agencies to be put towards the maintenance and improvement of essential transportation services and facilities.
  • The City of Pleasanton applies 100% of those funds toward local streets and transportation related Capital Improvement Projects.

For additional information about how Pleasanton allocates local VRF funding, see the Measure B & VRF Brochure or Alameda County Transportation Commission.