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Posted on: January 3, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Draft FY 2020/21 Overall Work Plan Released for Public Review

Each year, SJCOG develops an Overall Work Program (OWP). This work program describes proposed transportation planning activities for the upcoming fiscal year. The OWP is a management tool identifying those transportation planning activities, tasks, and products required by federal and state law and authorized by SJCOG's Board of Directors. It also identifies the funding sources and staff resources necessary to complete the Overall Work Program.

The Overall Work Program is broken down into work elements that are unique in to specific subject areas. Each work element: 
  • Identifies work previously completed under that work element, 

  • The purpose of that work element in the subject matter,  

  • Tasks to be undertaken,  

  • listing of products and the schedule for delivery of those products,  

  • The funding sources for each work element,  

  • The responsible agency, 

  • And the level of effort (staff allocation) required to undertake and deliver those tasks and products.

The Draft FY 2020/21 OWP has been released for public review. This work program described proposed transportation planning activities during fiscal year July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021 (FY 2020-21).  SJCOG’s member agencies and partners are encouraged to review the draft and submit comments by February 15, 2020.  Comments are considered in preparing the final FY 2020-21 OWP.  This final draft OWP will be presented to the SJCOG Board for adoption at their March 2020 meeting.  Upon adoption of the draft, the OWP will then be submitted for review by Caltrans, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Transit Administration.

If you would like to contact SJCOG's financial department or stay updated on our Overall Work Program/Annual Financial Plan please see more information on this page.

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