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High-Speed Rail Transit Connectivity Program
Connecting California California's Transportation System
The Division of Transportation Planning’s High-Speed Rail Transit Connectivity Program (HSR-TCP) was created on July 1, 2012 to assist Caltrans California Intercity Rail (CIR), California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA), regional and local agencies, and transit operators in establishing healthy, sound multimodal transportation connections critical for the success of the HSR blended system.
Statutes related to California High-Speed Rail and multimodal connectivity:
Transit Connectivity Activities
The HSR-TCP is focused on the following activities:
Station area planning provides the opportunity for federal, state, region, and local partners to enhance the integration of passenger transportation and land use, while enhancing national, state, regional and local economic growth and vitality.
Station Area Planning
California High-Speed Rail Stations are envisioned to be multimodal transportation hubs that will provide linkages with local and regional non-motorized transportation, transit, airports, and highways.
The HSR-TCP project manager, located in the Headquarters Office in Sacramento, manages the overall High-Speed Rail Transit Connectivity Program, provides guidance to district staff, as well collaborates with transit partners and local, regional and state agencies.
District Technical Assistance
District technical assistants’ provide direct technical support and coordination to major transit agencies providing connectivity to the HSR and feeder services, including transit and land use planning, bus rapid transit, and park and ride.