- System Planning Database
- Transportation Concept Reports
- District System Management and Development Plan
- Sacramento Bus/Carpool Lane Network Vision
- District 3 Park and Ride Guide
- District 3 State Highway Bicycle Facility Plan
- District 3 Bicycling Guide
- ITS/Operations Plan
- District 3 Goods Movement Study
Office of Long Term System Planning
System Planning is Caltrans long-range (20-years) transportation planning process to evaluate current and future operating conditions and deficiencies on the State transportation system. The process considers the entire transportation system, including highways and local arterials; transit services; railroads; airports; seaports; non-motorized modes of transportation (i.e. bicycles and walking); goods movement, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), and local land use plans.
All System Planning activities are conducted in an open environment where input is actively and aggressively solicited from the local agencies involved with guiding and approving local development. Our objective is to come to anearly consensus with our external partners regarding the capacity of the State Highway System facilities needed to accommodate local growth. Caltrans and the local agencies can then work together to ensure transportationimprovements accompany growth and ensure continued mobility for all Californians.
The traditional System Planning elements include the District System Management Plan, Corridor System Management Plans, Transportation Corridor Concept Reports, and theTransportation System Development Plan. Other documents created by the office include Goods Movement, Bicycle, and ITS/OPS plans, among others, all of which strive to further improve mobility and safety on highways within District 3. Please click on the diagram on the right to see the relationships between Caltrans System Planning Documents, Regional Planning Agency Documents, and the overall project development process.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Rick Helman, Senior Transportation Planner, at (530) 634-7616 or E-mail
DRAFT DOCUMENTS FOR PUBLIC REVIEW:
None at this time.