- Office of Freight Planning
- California Freight Advisory Committee
- Freight Plans & Studies
- California Freight Mobility Plan
- Goods Movement Action Plan
- California State Rail Plan- Freight Rail Element
- Regional Goods Movement Activities
- Fact Sheets
- Specialty Areas
- Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF)
Bruce de Terra, Chief
Office of Freight Planning
Division of Transportation Planning
Welcome to the California Freight Mobility Plan (CFMP) website.
The final Plan is now available:
What is the CFMP?
The CFMP is a statewide, long-range plan with the following vision for the movement of freight in California:
As the national gateway for international trade and domestic commerce, California enhances economic competitiveness by collaboratively developing and operating an integrated, multimodal freight transportation system that provides safe, sustainable freight mobility. This system facilitates the reliable and efficient movement of freight and people while ensuring a prosperous economy, social equity, and human and environmental health.
The CFMP complies with the relevant provisions of the federal Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act, which encourages each state to develop a freight plan, as well as AB 14 (Lowenthal, 2013), which requires the preparation of a California state freight plan.
To learn more about the CFMP please browse our CFMP Factsheet and CFMP Introductory Powerpoint.
California Freight Advisory Committee
Development of the CFMP is guided by the California Freight Advisory Committee (CFAC). The CFAC is an advisory committee to the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and Caltrans consisting of a representative cross section of public and private freight stakeholders across California.
For more information on the CFAC and their meetings click here
Please join us at one of our upcoming public meetings in June and July, 2014. We will be presenting the Public Review Draft of the CFMP, which addresses the future of freight in California. The CFMP public workshops will be held in an interactive, open house format. When participants arrive they can learn about the plan, discuss questions and comments with staff, fill out comment cards, and answer questions that will gauge the public’s interest, preference, or perception on several elements of the plan. Visitors can arrive at their convenience from 4PM-7PM and move through the workshop at their own pace. A Spanish language interpreter will also be available at all of the workshops.
- Statewide Press Release Announcing the CFMP Public Workshops
- What to Expect at the Workshop (English)
- What to Expect at the Workshop (Spanish)
Your input is important to us. To review the Public Review draft and comment, please join us at one of the following events:
June 17, 2014
If you would like to distribute information about the Public Workshops, feel free to use the Public Workshop Postcard and Public Workshop Poster.
May, 2014: Administrative Draft posted on this website and available for review and comment
June, 2014: Public Review Draft posted on this website
and available for review and comment
July 31, 2014: Comments on the Public Review draft must be received by this date.
December 31, 2014: The CFMP will be finalized by this date.
California Department of Transportation
If you would like to receive future notifications and information on the CFMP or the Public Workshops, please email CFMP@dot.ca.gov and ask to be added to the list.
Special Accommodation Request
Special accommodations, alternate formats of documents, or language needs for the CFMP public workshops or for the information included on this website can be made available by request. A Spanish language interpreter will be available at all of the public workshops. If you would like to request a special accommodation for a workshop, please contact us at least 10 days before the scheduled workshop you will be attending. Please contact Tammy Roberts at (916) 651-6885 or CFMP@dot.ca.gov to make your request. TTY/TDD/Speech to Speech users may dial 711 for the California Relay Service.
Petición para Acomodación Especial
Acomodaciónes especiales, formatos de documentos alternos, necesidades linguisticas para los talleres públicos CFMP o la información incluida en este sitio web pueden ser proveídas cuando se recuesten. Un intérprete de la lengua española estará disponible en todos los talleres públicos. Si desea solicitar acomodación especial para un taller, por favor póngase en contacto con nosotros por lo menos 10 días antes del taller programado al cual va a asistir. Por favor, contacte a Tammy Roberts al (916) 651-6885 o CFMP@dot.ca.gov para hacer su solicitud. Usuarios de TTY / TDD / STS (Speech to Speech) pueden marcar el 711 para el Servicio de Retransmisión de California.