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The California Transportation Plan (CTP) 2050 is the state's long-range transportation plan that establishes an aspirational vision that articulates strategic goals, policies, and recommendations to improve multimodal mobility and accessibility while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Why is the CTP important to California residents?
The purpose of the plan is to present innovative, sustainable, and integrated multimodal mobility solutions. These will help guide the planning and implementation of a low-carbon transportation system that fosters economic vitality, protects the environment and natural resources, and promotes health and well-being equitably for all Californians. The CTP 2050 update will focus on meeting current and emerging trends and challenges affecting transportation, including economic and job growth, air quality and climate impacts, new technologies, freight movement, transportation funding, and public health. An ambitious plan will aim to address many objectives, such as:
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The Office of State Planning (OSP) worked with UC Berkeley's Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC) and Cambridge Systematics to facilitate two day-long visioning workshops in October 2018 in Southern and Northern California. Overall, these visioning sessions initiated a much-needed dialogue among experts and practitioners from diverse backgrounds and allowed participants to conceptualize idealized visions for California’s transportation system through 2050. This report will be used to inform the scenario development of the CTP 2050 and help establish a vision for the Plan. Please click the above link to learn more about the Visioning Sessions Findings.
The 2018 Public Participation Plan (PPP) update has been completed and this edition reflects changes in communication technologies and public outreach best practices, and addresses current compliance with state and federal laws and regulations that emphasize public engagement. The Plan is a living document and will undergo regular review and elevation to measure its continued effectiveness. Please click the above link to learn more about the PPP, as well as its development and background.
OSP worked with the UC Berkeley's Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC) on the Caltrans Future of Mobility (FOM) study. The objective of this project was to explore the impact of technological, social, economic, and environmental change on Caltrans' long term planning process for transportation in California. The results from this study will ultimately be used to inform the scenario development for the CTP 2050. To learn more about this project, please visit our Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) webpage.
The following legislation and executive orders have been or will be taken into account in both previous and future iterations of the CTP:
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