Public and Stakeholders

Public participation is an important part of the planning process. SJCOG provides information, timely public notice, and access to key decisions to support early and continuing public involvement in developing its regional plans. There are a variety of ways to learn more and become involved:
Image of 2016 Public Participation Plan CoverReview SJCOG's official
Public Participation Plan.
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Attend public workshops 
and meetings.
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Sign up to receive
email notifications.
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Public review and feedback.
Image of person standing at podiumGive public comment at meetings.

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  1. SB 1

    Senate Bill 1

    Learn more about SB 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, and how it is expanding mobility in the San Joaquin region. Read on...
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    Community Pulse

    Learn about and explore trends affecting San Joaquin residents through data indicators on key regional issues. Read on...
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    San Joaquin Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan

    Providing a pathway to balance wildlife conservation with development. Read on...
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    Dibs - Smart Travel. Your Way.

    Join for free. Plan your trip or commute. Record your travel. Enjoy great incentives! Read on...
  5. image of traffic on I-5 in Stockton at March Lane with Measure K logo overlay

    Measure K

    Learn about San Joaquin County's half-cent sales tax that funds priority transportation projects throughout the region. Read on..
  6. RCMP

    Regional Congestion Management Program

    Learn about the analysis process for managing the performance of the regional transportation system. Read on...
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    Regional Transportation Plan

    Planning for the current and future needs of the San Joaquin region is no small task. Read on...
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    Federal Transportation Improvement Program

    Find recent FTIP Amendments and more program details. Read on...
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    Transportation Funding

    Find out how we fund and invest transportation projects by diving into this section. Read on...
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    Transit Planning

    Learn how programs and funds are used to support the regional transit goals of the region. Read on...
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