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Welcome to the California Transportation Plan (CTP) 2040 website. The creation of this website is to provide information and gather public input about the CTP 2040. We invite visitors to explore the website and provide comments and recommendations through the "Connect With Us" section.
What is the CTP 2040?
The California Transportation Plan (CTP) provides a long-range policy framework to meet our future mobility needs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The CTP defines goals, performance-based policies, and strategies to achieve our collective vision for California's future statewide, integrated, multimodal transportation system. The plan envisions a sustainable system that improves mobility and enhances our quality of life. To learn more about the development of the CTP, please browse through the CTP 2040 Fact Sheet.
- CTP 2040 Public Workshop Series Summary Report:
A summary of the outreach and the public workshop activities conducted for review of the Draft CTP 2040.
- CTP 2040 Tribal Webinar:
This webinar provides an overview of the CTP 2040 and ITSP, and their importance to tribes. The webinar will serve as a future reference point for ongoing consultation between Caltrans and tribes. The webinar took place on March 11, 2015 and is available on the Native American Liaison Branch website.
- CTP 2040 Public Webinar:
On March 5, 2015, the CTP Project Team hosted a live public webinar that provided an overview of the CTP 2040 and an extended question and answer session. The webinar was recorded and is available to those who were unable to participate in the live webinar or attend one of the statewide public workshops.
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- CTP 2040 Brochure
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- CTP 2040 Focus Group Summary Report
- CTP 2040 Fact Sheet
- CTP 2040 Spanish Fact Sheet
- Public Participation Plan
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