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System planning document types and descriptions

The System Planning process is primarily composed of four parts: the District System Management Plan (DSMP), the Transportation Concept Report (TCR), the Corridor System Management Plan (CSMP), and the Transportation System Development Plan (TSDP). The district-wide DSMP is strategic policy and planning document that focuses on maintaining, operating, managing, and developing the transportation system. The TCR is a planning document that identifies the existing and future route conditions as well as future needs for each route on the State Highway System. The CSMP is a complex, multi-jurisdictional planning document that identifies future needs within corridors experiencing or expected to experience high levels of congestion. The CSMP serves as a TCR for segments covered by the CSMP. The TSDP is a list of planned and partially programmed transportation projects used to recommend projects for funding. These System Planning products are also intended as resources for stakeholders, the public, and partner, regional, and local agencies.

The Route Concept Report (RCR) and Transportation Corridor Concept Report (TCCR) are older planning documents which have expired. They are included below for historic referrence.

Transportation Concept Report (TCR

The Transportation Concept Report (TCR) is a Caltrans long-range planning document that informs the regional multi-modal transportation planning process through the year 2035. The TCR appraises existing conditions and maintenance needs, analyzes imminent population and job growth scenarios, then, in accord with local governments and planning agencies, suggests strategies to cope with both current and future mobility challenges. Projects identified in the TCR require environmental and engineering studies and may be modified due to changes in transportation needs and technology.

Corridor System Management Plans (CSMP), use technical analysis to describe existing and projected future traffic conditions, and propose performance strategies and improvements. Ten CSMPs were developed in the district.

  • Project Scope Summary Report (PSSR) is used to define project scope and cost, and to document the terms of a project, such as a relinquishment.
  • Transportation System Analysis Evaluation (TSAE.) documents are developed prior to relinquishment.
Older Format Planning Documents (Expired)

Transportation Corridor Concept Reports (TCCR) provide a specific "highway operation concept configuration" for the year 2025. They were prepared in 2002/2003 for 24 major State route corridors. These documents are for discussion and information only.

Route Concept Reports (RCR) define the 20-year concept for route development from 1985-2005. They were prepared between 1984 and 1989 for all 56 State routes in the district at the time. These documents are used for historical information purposes.

Planning documents will be added as they are approved. All documents are in PDF format.

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