2025 Blueprint (MTP/SCS)


The MTP/SCS is Now Blueprint
Linking land use and transportation in the Sacramento region

The creation of the original Sacramento Region Blueprint was a revolutionary undertaking and compelled a critical assessment of the relationship between transportation and land-use in the region. The strategy, completed almost 20 years ago, set the precedent for how metropolitan planning organizations undertake regional design. SACOG has chosen to carry on the innovative strategy’s legacy through the Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy, or the MTP/SCS.

What is the Blueprint?

The Blueprint, to be finalized in early 2025, is SACOG members’ plan to build a connected region that includes transportation options for residents, affordable housing for the region’s growing population, and equitable investments that give all community members access to a safe and healthy region. SACOG staff and board are working now on the plan that prepares the region for 2050. Check back here for updates, progress, and announcements.    

Get Involved!

Send questions or comments to blueprint@sacog.org

The MTP/SCS is federally required to be updated every four years. SACOG staff is currently beginning that work with the update being adopted in early 2025.


2025 Blueprint Extension

In November of 2022, the SACOG Board of Directors authorized staff to pursue state legislation to extend the Blueprint (SACOG’s Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS)) schedule, which would move the plan adoption date from Spring 2024 to Fall 2025.

What you need to know about the 2025 Blueprint

What you need to know about the 2025 Blueprint

What is the 2025 Blueprint?   

The 2025 Blueprint will outline recommendations for public land use policy and transportation investment strategies for the Sacramento region for the next 20-30 years. This plan will lay out a set of strategies for an integrated, multimodal transportation system and regional development pattern that can create a more thriving region that works for all residents.