Caltrans' System Planning Branch provides
planning data and analysis for
Through a series of system planning
current and future deficiencies
on the State highway
system are identified,
in addition to improvements
Identification of 2014 State Transportation
Improvement Program (STIP) Cycle State
and Intercity Rail Needs. Section 20 of the STIP
Caltrans to identify state highway
intercity rail improvement needs for the
upcoming STIP cycles.
Below are the
for consideration in regional agencies
cycle along with the 2016 and 2018 STIP cycles.
Each Caltrans district creates a Transportation Concept Report (TCR) for each State route within that district, which provides a long term (20 years or more) plan for that route. A TCR identifies current operating conditions, future deficiencies, a target level of service (LOS) for each segment in that route, and improvements needed to sustain or reach those targets.
A Corridor System Management Plan (CSMP) is used to outline the multi-jurisdictional and multi-modal management of a corridor experiencing delay due to congestion. A CSMP results in a listing and phasing plan of recommended operational improvements, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) strategies, and system expansion projects to preserve or improve performance measures within the corridor. CSMPs are required for all projects receiving Proposition 1B (2006) Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) funding.
The District System Management Plan (DSMP) is a long-range (20 year) strategic and policy planning document that presents the long range goals, policies and programs the district intends to follow in maintaining, managing, and developing the transportation system. It serves as a resource for informing federal, state, regional and local agencies, and the public and private sector of the plans the district intends to follow in its partnership role with local and regional agencies.