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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..
Native American Tribal Listening Sessions
Caltrans is committed to early, meaningful, and ongoing engagement with California Tribal Governments and Native American communities in the development of California’s long-range transportation plan, the California Transportation Plan 2040 (CTP 2040). Tribal input is essential to the CTP 2040 in order to better reflect tribal values and community needs and inform future transportation decisions around the state.
To initiate the engagement process, Caltrans convened four regional Tribal Listening Sessions from July to December 2013. Along with discussing the CTP 2040, the listening sessions also included discussion on other long-range planning documents including the California Freight Mobility Plan, the Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan, and the Strategic Highway Safety Plan. Below you will find a single comprehensive summary report from all the sessions as well as summary notes and detailed transcripts from each of the sessions.
Tribal Listening Session Summary Report; February 2014
Harrah’s Rincon Resort, Valley Center, CA; July 30, 2013
Caltrans Woodland Training Center, Woodland, CA; October 22, 2013
Redding Rancheria, Redding, CA; November 14, 2013
Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, Lemoore, CA; December 18, 2013
Tribal outreach will be ongoing throughout the development of the CTP 2040 which will be submitted to the Governor and the Legislature by December 31, 2015. If Tribal Governments would like formal government-to-government consultation on the CTP 2040 please contact:
Lonora Graves of the Caltrans Native American Liaison Branch
You may also contact the District Native American Liaisons within your respective geographic region, which can be found on the District Liaison Contacts page.