The Alameda Corridor was financed, built, and is operated by the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority (ACTA), a joint powers authority formed by the cities of Long Beach and Los Angeles. ACTA’s seven-member Governing Board includes two representatives from each port, a member of each city council, and a representative of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. ACTA’s principal responsibility is the collection of fees from the railroads to pay debt service on the outstanding revenue bonds.