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Division of Transportation Planning
Public Participation Plan (PPP) 2013
Caltrans releases for public review the Public Participation Plan (PPP) for 2013. The PPP guides public input into the California Transportation Plan and the Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program to ensure that future transportation planning and programming reflects public needs. Key updates in the PPP include Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21), the California Interregional Blueprint, and Senate Bill 391.
Public Participation Plan (PPP), Public Review Draft, April 2013
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Addressing Climate Change Adaptation in Regional Transportation Plans:
California State Rail Plan
The California State Rail Plan establishes a vision, sets priorities, and develops implementation strategies to enhance passenger and freight rail service. Exciting plans are in the works to improve train service throughout the state and construct our nation's first dedicated high-speed train system.
CTP Modeling & Policy Scenario Development
The California Transportation Plan (CTP) Modeling and Policy Scenario Development Flow Chart provides a visual representation of how information, data, scenarios, and models interact and flow as you move from left to right. The Flow Chart is broken into five groups: Inputs, Scenario Modeling, Initial Outputs, Economic and Emissions Modeling and Final Results. It shows a generalized overview of how the CTP 2040 will calculate final results such as greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, gross state product (GSP), mode split, vehicle miles traveled (VMT), vehicle hours of delay (VHD) and commodity flow by tonnage and mode among many others.
|California Interregional Blueprint (CIB)
Caltrans announces the release of the Final California Interregional Blueprint (CIB) Interim Report. Senate Bill 391 (Liu) requires Caltrans, as part of the development of the California Transportation Plan, to assess how the Metropolitan Planning Organization's Sustainable Communities Strategies (SCS) implementation will influence the configuration of the statewide multimodal transportation system. An SCS is a new element of the MPO's Regional Transportation Plan that demonstrates how development patterns and transportation policies and programs can work together to achieve a region's greenhouse gas reduction targets from cars and light trucks. The CIB's Interim Report's assessment of how implementation of the three adopted SCS could influence the configuration of the statewide multimodal transportation system showed that MPOs are putting a high emphasis on transit capacity and connectivity, active transportation projects, and managed lane investments. SCS implementation could also influence statewide travel patterns by expanding their support of location efficient development patterns. The CIB Interim Report is the first step toward developing the California Transportation Plan 2040, which will finalized by December 31, 2015.
California Transportation Plan (CTP) Fact Sheet
Caltrans releases a new fact sheet on the California Transportation Plan (CTP) 2040. This fact sheet gives you the what, why, when, how, and contact information as we begin to develop the CTP 2040.