System Planning

Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans

Caltrans is preparing Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans (CMCP), long-range, comprehensive planning documents, with the goal of achieving a more balanced transportation system that addresses community and environmental impacts. The CMCPs will identify and prioritize potential improvements that address all modes of transportation on the corridor. The CMCPs will facilitate and allow collaboration between Caltrans, local and regional partners to apply to regional, state, and federal funding programs.

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About the I-5 CMCP

More information to come.

Study Area

More information to come.

I-5 Corridor Planning Manager

Dianira Soto | Dianira.Soto@dot.ca.gov

About the I-80 CMCP

For more information on the I-80 CMCP, please visit: I80CMCP.com or email us at: Info@I80CMCP.com.

Study Area

The CMCP covers approximately 70 miles of the I-80 corridor from the Carquinez Bridge in Solano County, through Yolo County and ending at the junction of SR 51 in Sacramento County, as well as a short segment of US 50 between I-80 and I-5.

I-80 Corridor Planning Manager

Dianira Soto | Dianira.Soto@dot.ca.gov

About the SR 49 CMCP

More information to come.

Study Area

More information to come.

SR 49 Corridor Planning Manager

Will Schilling | Will.Schilling@dot.ca.gov

About the SR-70/99 CMCP

More information to come.

Study Area

SR 99 extends 125 miles throughout the Sacramento Valley in Sacramento, Sutter and Butte Counties. The CMCP section of SR 99 is located in in all three counties, the last 4 miles at the northern end of Sacramento County, all of Sutter County and 2/3rds of Butte County. In Sacramento County, SR 99 serves the City of Sacramento; within Sutter County, SR 99 Yuba City and connects to State Route (SR) 20. In Butte County, SR 99 serves the Cities of Gridley and Chico. SR 70 in District 3 extends approximately 80 miles through Sutter, Yuba and Butte Counties. The route goes from the fertile farmlands of the Sacramento Valley into the northern Sierra Nevada mountains in northeastern Butte County. SR 70 serves the City of Marysville in Yuba County and the City of Oroville in Butte County. SR 149 is a five mile connecting expressway and freeway between SR 70 and SR 99 in Butte County between Oroville and Chico.

SR-70/99 Corridor Planning Manager

Will Schilling | Will.Schilling@dot.ca.gov