Draft 2018 RTP/SCS
The 2018-2040 Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS) serves as our region's long range transportation plan and provides guidance for decisions about transportation spending priorities.
SJCOG has released the draft 2018 RTP/SCS for public review and comment. The public review and comment period begins on March 2, 2018 and ends April 30, 2018.
The Plan is available for download by chapter or as one file. Please note that some files are large and may take longer to download depending on your connection speed. All files are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
*To view a list of corrections and additions to the Draft Plan since publication, please see tab below entitled, "Corrections Since Publication."
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1
- Chapter 2
- Chapter 3
- Chapter 4
- Chapter 5
- Chapter 6
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 8
- *Corrections Since Publication
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 1 sets up the foundation for the RTP/SCS covering topics such as population demographics, goods movement, and policies related to planning.
Chapter 2: Civic Engagement
Chapter 2 covers information on public outreach efforts SJCOG has made from 2014-2018.
Chapter 3: The Building Blocks Policies and Supportive Strategies
In Chapter 3 the Plan's policy element is discussed in detail.
Chapter 4: Financing the Transportation System
Chapter 4 reviews the Plan's investment strategy for San Joaquin's transportation system.
Chapter 5: Performance of the Sustainable Communities Strategy
Chapter 5 covers the performance outcomes attributable to Plan investments and how the RTP/SCS seeks to address the needs of the San Joaquin region.
Chapter 6: Economic Vitality
Chapter 6 covers the Plan's role in supporting economic develoment in San Joaquin County.
Chapter 7: Innovations in Technology
Chapter 7 analyzes the impact of technological inovations and its intersection with transportation.
Chapter 8: A Framework for Moving Forward- Challenges and Opportunities
Chapter 8 discusses challenges to implementation of the Plan and how they may be addressed for the future.
Appendix A. Key Terms
Appendix B. RTP Checklist
Appendix C. Public Notices
Appendix D. Response to Comments
Appendix E. Adoption Resolution
Appendix F. Plan Project List
Appendix G. RTP Revenue Assumptions
Appendix H. Project Delivery Policy
Appendix I. Project Cost Estimation Template
Appendix J. Public Participation Plan
Appendix K. Civic Engagement Report
Appendix L. Modal Discussion
Appendix M. Plan Performance and Regional Progress Report
Appendix N. Public Health Indicators Pilot Report
Appendix O. Performance Based Planning Safety Targets
Appendix P. Congestion Management Program
Appendix Q. Environmental Justice, Title VI & Social Equity Report
Appendix Q1. Intro, Framework, Public Outreach, & Plan Development Process
Appendix Q2. Methodology
Appendix Q3. Regional Trends
Appendix Q4. Analysis Results
Appendix Q5. Title VI Report
Appendix Q6. Environmental Justice Report
Appendix Q7. Next Steps
Appendix R. Population, Household, and Employment Projections
Appendix S. Economic and Employment Impacts Report
Appendix T. Scenario Development Report
Appendix U. Illustrative Candidate Project Listing
Appendix V. San Joaquin Valley Chapter
Appendix W. Environmental Impact Report Appendix X. Statutory Mapping
Corrections to the Draft Plan Since Publication on March 2, 2018
- Appendix Q4, Table Q4-1. Summary of Results for Land Use Performance Measures (Page 31): Percent (and number) of households in "No Build" column incorrectly reported as 49%, the number should be 11%. Percent (and number) of households within 500 feet of freeway in "Base Year" column incorrectly reported as 9,881, the number should be 6,673. These corrections were typos in the table and do not affect the subsequent analysis. See the revised Appendix Q4.
- Appendix Q6, Table Q4-1. Summary of Results for Land Use Performance Measures (Page 47): See Corrections Above. See the revised Appendix Q6.