Office Chief, Office of Transit Programs
DMT's Office of Transit Programs is responsible for the administration and management of the mass transportation components of the following programs:
- State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
- Proposition 1B (SLPP) Program
- Proposition 1A, the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act
- Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP)
- Proposition 116, the Clean Air and Transportation Improvement Act of 1990 (CATIA)
- Proposition 1B (PTMISEA) Program
- Transportation Development Act (TDA)
- Interagency Coordination Program
- 2012 - DMT developed the Statewide Transit Strategic Plan (STSP). (See website for more details)
- 2013 - DMT is funding a new project to expand the content of TransitWiki.org with UCLA as the consultant for the project. (See website for more details)
DMT has developed the Statewide Transit Strategic Plan (STSP) in coordination and partnership with the California Tansit Association (CTA), the California Association for Coordinated Transportation (CalACT), and transit stakeholders across the state. The goal of the STSP was to set new direction to support public transportation in the future. This project highlights a sustainable transportation system that supports the outcomes of the California Interregional Blueprint. DMT employed both the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to produce the STSP deliverables listed below. (UCB produced the first deliverable and UCLA produced the final three).
STATEWIDE TRANSIT STRATEGIC PLAN (STSP)
2012 STSP final deliverables (4) - Listed in order of completion by last to first
- California Statewide Transit Strategic Plan Recommendations Report for Caltrans - which provides an overview of the findings and recommendations of all prior STSP deliverables
- Transit Wiki - an interactive web tool that will help transit providers identify and pursue options for cost-effective strategies to improve transit service.
- One State, Many Visions: Transit Stakeholder Views of Planning for the Future of California’s Mobility - which provides an assessment of goals and objectives held by various California transit providers and stakeholders
- Baselines: Current and Future Transit and Demographic Trends - highlights past, current, and future demographic factors affecting transit services in California
2012 fact sheet
For more information regarding the Statewide Transit Strategic Plan, please contact Jila Priebe via email or at (916) 651-8243.