Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan
WHAT IS A COMPREHENSIVE MULTIMODAL CORRIDOR PLAN (CMCP)?
The goal of a Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan is to develop a strategy and identify a list of transportation projects that will reduce congestion, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve livability through operational improvements, technological advancements, and increased multi-modal options along a transportation corridor.
The 2020 Corridor Planning Process Guide recommends we follow the steps below as part of our corridor analysis. The scope and work activities related to the process can and should be tailored to the District and its partners based on available, time, resources and expertise.
The goal of the CMCP is to recommend projects and congestion improvement strategies. These projects and strategies are compiled by the District and its partners and documented in corridor plans. Once the appropriate projects and strategies are selected and documented in an CMCP, it allows the District and its partners to maximize future funding and programming opportunities and successfully advance projects towards the construction phase.
CMCPs in PROGRESS:
Currently District 7 is initiating the following Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans (CMCPs):
- Interstate 10 (from SR 1/SR2 TO EAST LA Interchange) – Ronnie Escobar
- Interstate 5 (from LA/Orange County Line to Route 60) –Alex Kessel
- U.S. Route 101 (I-110 to I-405) – Alex Kessel
- State Route 91 (Route 110 to LA/Orange County Line) – Charles Lau
- Interstate 110 (Gaffey Street to I-5) – Ronnie Escobar
- State Route 60 (I-10 to LA/San Bernardino Line) – Cassandra Carlin
Climate Resiliency and Transportation Safety Plan (CRTSP)
The Climate Resiliency and Transportation Safety Plan is version of a CMCP that is more focused on climate resiliency and safety, whereas a CMCP addresses transportation system performance, quality of life, access to destinations, and environmental factors including GHG
CRTSPs in PROGRESS:
- State Route 1 (Santa Monica to Pleasant Valley Road in Oxnard) – Cassandra Carlin
We recently completed surveys on the I-110, US-101, SR-60, SR-91 corridors. Thank you to all that participated.
Email D7.System.Planning@dot.ca.gov to provide any additional comments or feedback.
For questions, please contact the District 7 System Planning CMCP Team:
District 7 System Planning Group - D7.System.Planning@dot.ca.gov
Dan Kopulsky, Office Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org 213-317-0566
Charles Lau, Associate Transportation Planner, email@example.com 213-269-1142
Cassandra Carlin, Associate Transportation Planner, Cassandra.Carlin@dot.ca.gov, 213-266-3584
Alex Kessel, Associate Transportation Planner, Alexander.Kessel@dot.ca.gov, 213-266-3585
Ronnie Escobar, Associate Transportation Planner, firstname.lastname@example.org