Adopted 2014 RTP/SCS

RTP SCS 20142014-2040 RTP/SCS

Adopted June 26, 2014

The 2014-2040 Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS) represents a new chapter in the development of the San Joaquin region's transportation system. Referred to as "the Plan," it includes programs and projects from all member agencies including San Joaquin County and the cities of Escalon, Lathrop, Lodi, Manteca, Ripon, Stockton, and Tracy.

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.

Final Draft 2014 RTP/SCS (full document)
Cover and Table of Contents
Executive Summary (English) Sumario Ejecutivo (Español)
Chapter 1 - Introduction: Creating a Sustainable Communities Strategy
Chapter 2 - Civic Engagement
Chapter 3 - The Building Blocks: Policies and Supportive Strategies
Chapter 4 - Financing the Transportation System
Chapter 5 - Performance of the Sustainable Communities Strategy
Chapter 6 - Economic Vitality
Chapter 7 - A Framework for Moving Forward: Challenges and Opportunities

Technical AppendicesTechnical Appendices

Complete Technical Appendices
Cover and Table of Contents
A - Key Terms/Definitions
B - RTP Checklist
C - Public Notices
D - Response to Comments
E - Adoption Resolution
F - Project List
G - RTP Revenue Assumptions
H - Project Delivery Policy
I - Project Cost Estimation Template
J - Public Participation Plan
K - Civic Engagement
L - Modal Discussion
M - Performance Measures
N - Environmental Impact Report
O - Congestion Management Program
P - Environmental Justice
Q - Valley Chapter
R - Unconstrained Project List
S - Population and Employment Projections
T - Employment Impacts for 2014 RTP
U - Regional Housing Needs Assessment

Program Environmental Impact Report

Adopted June 26, 2014
Under the law known as the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), SJCOG must prepare a program-level Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to inform citizens and decision makers of potential environmental impacts that could result from implementing the Plan. The final adopted Program EIR may be viewed here.