Corridor System Management Planning
Increasing Efficiency, Improving Mobility
A Corridor System Management Plan (CSMP) is a comprehensive, integrated management plan for increasing transportation options, decreasing congestion, and improving travel times in a transportation corridor. Unlike Caltrans Transportation Concept Reports (TCRs) that focus solely on a particular State Highway route, a CSMP includes all travel modes in a defined corridor – highways and freeways, parallel and connecting roadways, public transit (bus, bus rapid transit, light rail, intercity rail) and bikeways, along with intelligent transportation technologies, which include ramp metering, coordinated traffic signals, changeable message signs for traveler information, incident management, bus/carpool lanes and car/vanpool programs, and transit strategies. Each CSMP identifies current management strategies, existing travel conditions and mobility challenges, corridor performance management, planning management strategies, and capital improvements.
In District 3, six CSMPs, and one combined TCR and CSMP have been prepared and approved. The boundaries of each of the six CSMPs are shown on the map below. To view or print this map, please click here: D3 Map.
|District 3 started the process to update the Interstate 80/State Route 51, Highway 50, and State Route 49 CSMPs this fiscal year, with an anticipated completion date of June 2012. The remaining three CSMPs, which include State Route 99/Interstate 5, State Route 99 - Chico, and State Route 65, will be updated next fiscal year. To find out more information about the updates, please click here: CSMP Update.|
Additional information about each CSMP corridor including the original 2009 CSMPs, CSMP Fact Sheets, and the annual CSMP State of the Corridor Reports can be found by clicking on the links below.
Please direct questions regarding CSMPs to Rick Helman, Senior Transportation Planner, at (530) 634-7616 or E-mail
Interstate 80 and Capital City Freeway (I-80/SR 51)
State Route 99 and Interstate 5 (SR 99/I-5)
|State Route 49 (SR 49)
2009 SR 49 CSMP
SR 49 CSMP Fact Sheet
2010 State of the Corridor Report, Final
2011 State of the Corridor Report, Final
2012 State of the Corridor Report, Final
State Route 99 – Chico (SR 99-Chico)
State Route 32 (SR 32)