2020 Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy Update

Overview

2020 MTP/SCS Update

The Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS) for the Sacramento region pro-actively links land use, air quality, and transportation needs. The current 2016 MTP/SCS was adopted in February 2016. The MTP/SCS is federally required to be updated every four years. The next MTP/SCS is required to be adopted by February 2020.

Draft 2020 MTP/SCS Process outline

The Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS) for the Sacramento region pro-actively links land use, air quality, and transportation needs. The current 2016 MTP/SCS was adopted in February 2016. The MTP/SCS is federally required to be updated every four years. The next MTP/SCS is required to be adopted by February 2020.

Draft 2020 MTP/SCS Process outline

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2020 MTP/SCS Workshops
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Our region is growing and we need to hear from you. We want to know what you think about our economy, housing, the future of transportation, and how we should plan for tomorrow. Your input will be used to guide the region’s 20 year transportation plan.

Participate by September 10th for a chance to win one of 10 $50 Amazon gift cards (full rules and regulations are available here)! You can participate online and in-person:

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Workshop on Pricing and User Fees

As part of the 2020 MTP/SCS update, SACOG is discussing options to offset the projected loss of fuel excise tax revenues over time, potentially including pricing or user fees.  At the May 17th Board meeting, a workshop on innovative pricing and user fee projects and pilot tests from around the country was held, with two presenters (see links to presentation materials):

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Regional Progress Report

The Regional Progress Report is a report on key indicators useful for understanding changes in the region’s economic growth, development, and travel over the last several years. Transportation and travel have implications and impacts on many aspects of the economy, quality of life, and the environment.