System Planning Links
- Office of System & Freight Plannning:
System Planning Branch
- Geographic Information System
- Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan
- Ramp Meter Development Plan (RMDP)
- California Corridor Mobility
Frequently Asked Questions
Californians recognized the critical need to reduce congestion on our vital travel corridors when they approved new transportation
Caltrans is working together with cities, counties, regional transportation planning agencies, transit operators, bicycle groups, and
CSMPs are not officially approved by any agency, but are presented to the California Transportation Commission for information and provided to regional and local agencies for integration of the recommendations into their own plans and funding programs. It will be the responsibility of Caltrans, the regional agencies, and local cities and counties to implement the recommendations in each CSMP.
The goal is to finish all the forty five first-generation CSMPs statewide by October 2010. The CSMPs will be continually updated thereafter. As of June 2009, about half of these CSMPs are complete and others are in progress. All the completed documents and the works in progress can be downloaded from this website.
Because the focus of a CSMP is to use proven methods to streamline the operations of a corridor and monitor the effectiveness of these methods, over time commuters should notice real improvements in travel times as well as an increase in travel mode choices (such as public transit, carpool/bus lanes, and bicycling).
If you’d like to learn more about Integrated Corridor Management, here are some websites to investigate: