Mode Share Action Plan 2.0 New Actions

Mode Share Action Plan 2.0 (PDF) (ADA)

Table of Contents

Mode Share Action Plan 2.0 (Chapters/Sections)
1.0 Funding and Projects

1.1: Support district efforts to invest State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) or other funds (Interregional Transportation Improvement Program (ITIP), Active Transportation Program (ATP), Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) competitive programs,etc.) in active transportation facilities on, across, or adjacent to the State Highway System (SHS)

1.2: Award and support delivery for Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program (SCPG) to support local and regional transit, rail, and active transportation planning

1.3: Provide ATP project delivery support and technical assistance

1.4: Update program, issue memo, and complete investigations for Pedestrian Collision Monitoring Program

1.5: Update program, issue memo, and complete investigations for Bicyclist Collision Monitoring Program

1.6: Leverage state funding sources to deliver 2022 State Rail Plan and transit projects

2.0 Training

2.1: Develop training for district staff on Complete Streets Elements Toolbox & Selection Guidance

2.2: Develop and deploy pedestrian safety training (basic and advanced)

2.3: Develop and deploy bicycle safety training pilot (basic and advanced)

2.4: Develop and deploy Introduction to Planning and Design for Bicycle Transportation training

2.5: Deliver Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) design training on DIB 82-06

2.6: Deliver specialized walk and bike training through Active Transportation Resource Center (ATRC)

2.7: Establish Center of Excellence for Rail and Mass Transportation

2.8: Establish and launch Center of Excellence for Complete Streets

2.9: NEW ACTION: Develop DRMT Academy

2.10: NEW ACTION: Provide step-by-step training to District Traffic Safety staff responsible for investigating Pedestrian & Bicycle Monitoring Program locations

2.11: NEW ACTION: Develop Advanced Bicycle Transportation and Design Course

3.0 Standards & Guidance

3.1: Update Department Guidance to implement and track SB 1 complete streets provision (Streets & Highways Code Section 2030(f))

3.2: Incorporate Complete Streets facilities as primary assets in the SHOPP

3.4: Revise State Highway Safety Improvement Program Guidelines to include Pedestrian & Bicyclist Safety

3.6: Analyze new research on speed management and systemic safety and collaborate with external partners to implement

3.7: Update Caltrans guidance documents for walk and bike facility design and design flexibility approach

3.8: Develop station area guidelines

3.9: NEW ACTION: Update Maintenance Manual to include pedestrian and bicycle facility considerations

3.10: NEW ACTION: Develop Pedestrian Safety Toolbox

4.0 Planning & Research

4.2: Proactively identify Disadvantaged Communities (DACs) without plans and support development of active transportation plans through ATP and Sustainable Communities Planning Grants (SCPG)

4.3: Develop California Active Transportation (CAT) Plans for all 12 districts with priority active transportation facility needs identified on and across the State Highway System

4.4: Finalize Pedestrian & Bicycle Research Roadmap

4.5: Implement State Rail Plan service planning

4.8: NEW ACTION: Develop a comprehensive plan for bicycle and pedestrian safety at Caltrans

5.0 Data Collection & Evaluation

5.1: Develop cohesive strategy and methods to measure walk and bike volume counts

5.2: Track/measure progress toward mode share targets

5.3: Develop rail and transit ridership database

5.4: NEW ACTION: Streetlight Pilot Contract for Pedestrian and Bicycle Big Data

5.5: NEW ACTION: Develop data collection tools and collect project reports for ATP

5.6: NEW ACTION: Quarterly progress tracking for capital projects from the Pedestrian Pilot Monitoring Program

5.7: NEW ACTION: Tracking Pilot 2018 Bicyclist Collision Monitoring Program investigations

5.8: NEW ACTION: Evaluation of grant programs in delivering investments and benefits to DACs

6.0 Communication & Promotion

6.1: Collaborate with and solicit input from stakeholders and partners through Caltrans internal and external advisory committees

6.2: Communicate our successes in advancing and promoting active transportation and transit 

6.3: Coordinate encouragement and engagement activities to promote walk, bike, and transit with Caltrans staff and partners

6.4: Communicate and coordinate network integration for planning and capital projects for all Northern California rail Operators