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Division of Planning

Gary Slater

Gary Slater
Deputy District Director for Planning


The Final 2016 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) / Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS) represents the vision for Southern California’s future, including policies, strategies, and projects for advancing the region’s mobility, economy, and sustainability through 2040. The Plan details how the region will address its transportation and land use challenges and opportunities in order to achieve the required regional greenhouse gas emission reduction targets as well as conform to federal air quality standards.

The Final 2016 RTP / SCS Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) is a programmatic document that analysis and discloses potential environmental effects of the Final 2016 RTP / SCS and discusses alternatives and feasible mitigation measures in accordance with all applicable California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements.

Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)’s Final 2016 RTP / SCS, along with the Final 2016 RTP / SCS PEIR and supporting appendices can be accessed on the following webpages: • Final 2016 RTP / SCS: http://scagrtpscs.net/Pages/FINAL2016RTPSCS.aspx • Final 2016 RTP / SCS PEIR: http://scagrtpscs.net/Pages/FINAL2016PEIR.aspx


The Final 2016 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) / Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS) represents the vision for Southern California’s future, including policies, strategies, and projects for advancing the region’s mobility, economy, and sustainability through 2040. The Plan details how the region will address its transportation and land use challenges and opportunities in order to achieve the required regional greenhouse gas emission reduction targets as well as conform to federal air quality standards. The Final 2016 RTP / SCS Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) is a programmatic document that analysis and discloses potential environmental effects of the Final 2016 RTP / SCS and discusses alternatives and feasible mitigation measures in accordance with all applicable California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements. Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)’s Final 2016 RTP / SCS, along with the Final 2016 RTP / SCS PEIR and supporting appendices can be accessed on the following webpages: • Final 2016 RTP / SCS: http://scagrtpscs.net/Pages/FINAL2016RTPSCS.aspx • Final 2016 RTP / SCS PEIR: http://scagrtpscs.net/Pages/FINAL2016PEIR.aspx >/p>

The Division of Planning consists of Regional and Advance Transportation Planning offices which evaluate and identify future improvements needed to the transportation system.

Office of Project and Special Studies which develops project initiation documents for delivery of plans in future STIP and SHOPP funding cycles.

Office of Environmental Engineering and Corridor Studies (OEECS) is responsible for delivering feasibility and corridor studies, technical reports and preliminary planning environmental studies required for various transportation investments of the District's Capital Outlay Program.

Office of Local Assistance helps Local and Regional Agencies achieve efficient, effective, and timely delivery of transportation projects in accordance with State and Federal requirements. To process project funding applications, federal and state documents, and serve as the primary contact for local agencies with coordination with the Office of Local Programs in Sacramento. Local agencies are reimbursed for their transportation projects through Caltrans.

The division plays a critical role in articulating a future vision of transportation while laying a groundwork for project development. Planners collect data, analyze alternatives and prepare plans to guide transportation investments and protect the state transportation system. The planning process involves working closely with our regional transportation partners, other divisions in the district, headquarters, neighboring districts and the public to insure an openness and equality.

OFFICES

  • Advance Planning
  • Project & Special Studies
  • Environmental Engineering & Corridor Studies
  • Regional Planning & Public Transporation
  • Local Assistance


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