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Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) works to plan, fund, and implement transit programs. It is located in Walnut Creek, California.

Contra Costa Transportation Authority Headquarter Location

2999 Oak Road Suite 100

Walnut Creek, California, 94597,

United States

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In brief: DeSaulnier secures $8.1 million for Contra Costa projects

Jul 31, 2021

Among the projects are the Pittsburg Center Smart City Pilot, for which the city of Pittsburg would receive $1,200,000 to implement smart city technologies by outfitting the quarter-mile transportation grid surrounding the Pittsburg Center BART station with connected technologies such as adaptive street lights, connected traffic signals and digital and static wayfinding signage. The Contra Costa Transportation Authority would also receive $1,200,000 for the Concord Smart Signals Project, which would upgrade traffic signals to a smart signal system within the city of Concord, help reduce congestion and emissions, prioritize transit and emergency vehicles, and protect vulnerable road users. To view the full list of projects visit  bayareane.ws/3jd0SA9 online. “Having served at the city, county and state levels of government, I know just how impactful projects like these will be to our local community. With this money, we will help people in mental health crises, improve commutes, help connect students with better Internet, and much more. I am proud to have secured this much-needed funding and urge the Senate to pass it swiftly so we can make an immediate and positive impact in Contra Costa,” DeSaulnier said. — U.S. Rep. DeSaulnier’s office ANTIOCH $2.2 million from state to help renovate Rodriguez center Antioch City Manager Ron Bernal has extended a very special thank-you to state Sen. Steve Glazer, who recently secured $2.2 million from the state budget that will go toward renovating the Nick Rodriguez Community Center and Senior Center. A community asset since 1978, the facility is in Antioch’s historic Rivertown district on Second and F streets. The property has long been a meeting place for residents to celebrate special occasions, enjoy arts and culture and participate in programming opportunities across the age spectrum. Bernal says Antioch is focused on its mission to invest in supporting its young and older residents, and Glazer’s leadership is deeply appreciated as the city advances plans to ensure that Antioch’s youth and seniors have safe and accessible programs. — City Manager Bernal’s office CONCORD DeSaulnier announces 2021 Congressional App Challenge U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, has announced that he will host the seventh annual Congressional App Challenge (CAC), an application (“app”) coding competition for high school students who live or attend school in California’s 11th Congressional District. Students are invited to create and submit their original software apps for smartphones, tablets, laptop or desktop computers on a platform of their choice. “As programming skills and experience in the STEM fields become increasingly important to prepare young people for a changing workforce, the Congressional App Challenge presents a unique opportunity for students to hone these skills, harness their creativity, and showcase their talents,” said DeSaulnier. “I look forward to seeing the innovative apps this year’s participants develop.” The contest is underway, and DeSaulnier’s office will accept submissions until 9 a.m. Nov. 1. Students may participate as individuals or in teams of up to four. Submissions must include the registration form, application, a demonstration video and exit questionnaire. To sign up and access these materials visit bayareane.ws/3ePiqks online. Winners will be selected by a panel of local judges who work in the academic, software, and entrepreneurial fieldsand announced by DeSaulnier in December. The winning 11th Congressional District app will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol and featured on the House of Representatives’ website along with winning apps from other Congressional districts. For more information about the Congressional App Challenge, visit congressionalappchallenge.us online. — U.S. Rep. DeSaulnier’s office ANTIOCH Job’s Daughters invites girls and young to women to join Job’s Daughters International (JDI) is a youth organization for girls and women ages 10 to 20 who love their community and want to learn leadership and money management skills, public speaking and make lasting friendships. The JDI Bethel (chapter) in Antioch has two business meetings a month, fundraisers and travels to a yearly convention where the girls shine at arts and crafts, sewing, a variety show, volleyball, music and memorization competitions. With adult leaders’ help, the girls plan fun activities, community service, fundraisers, help each other with their memorization work and plan receptions. In 2020, Bethel members were very proud to celebrate 100 years of JDI. In 1920, Ethel T. Wead Mick, of Omaha, Nebraska, founded JDI. Mick was fond of the Bible’s Book of Job, which said of Job’s three daughters that “In all the land were no women found so fair as the daughters of Job, and their father gave them inheritance among their brethren.” If you know of any young lady that loves her community, wants to learn leadership skills and wants to make a positive impact contact Kim White at 925-864-4059 or pokey6236@hotmail.com . Find a Bethel near you online at cajdi.org . — JDI

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