Regional Planning Partnership
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Regional Planning Partnership

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Meeting ID: 810 4976 8686
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The purpose of the Partnership is to assist SACOG with its transportation and air quality planning and programming processes, with an emphasis on technical issues, by providing consultation with a broad range of public and private constituencies. It also provides a forum for local agencies in the region’s transportation and land use industry to contribute to the policy-making and fund programming activities of SACOG, and to improve coordination within the region.

The Regional Planning Partnership (RPP) consists of the five local air districts, representatives of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), California Air Resources Board (ARB), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and state and local transportation agencies. The RPP meets bimonthly. Each RPP meeting is open to the public and is currently being held virtually.


  1. Introductions (Renée DeVere-Oki, 3 minutes)
  • Welcome
  • What is the RPP?
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  1. The SACOG Regional Agencies Partnership Update
  • Updates from Staff (3 minutes)
    • Topics in Transit (Renée DeVere-Oki; 3 minutes) – Update on any current topics in transit and SACOG’s Transit Coordinating Committee.


  1. ◄ Consensus Item: 2021 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) Formal Amendment Notification for a Type 4 Amendment (Dustin Foster, SACOG; 10 minutes) – SACOG is preparing a formal Type 4 amendment set for circulation in August. This amendment will program the ROW phase for Capital Southeast Connector – D2a Douglas to White Rock (VAR56133) and change the project limits for I-5 Managed Lanes – Sutterville Road to Yolo County Line (CAL21275). These project updates are consistent with the regional emissions analysis for the 2021 MTIP. Please look for more details on an attachment posted to the RPP page prior to the meeting. For the latest updates, visit:


  1. Public Participation Plan Update (Rosie Ramos, SACOG; 5 minutes) – SACOG is updating the Public Participation Plan which is a guide to meeting the federal requirements for public involvement outlined in federal and state regulations. Staff will circulate a draft for public comment and feedback mid-summer. To learn more about this work, visit:


  1. Trails Strategic Development Plan Outreach Learnings (Victoria Cacciatore, SACOG; 10 minutes) – Staff is working to identify a regional trail network and priority projects that will provide benefits ranging from increased health and safety to decreased vehicle miles traveled, while also providing opportunities for recreation and tourism in the region. Work with cities, counties, and other planning partners will begin in the summer to identify a connected trail network embodying regional goals, as reviewed by the board in June. To view the board item, visit:
    A webinar to review the survey findings is on Wednesday, August 4, at 10 a.m. Details on how to participate will be posted here:


  1. Public Survey on Caltrans District 3 Active Transportation Plan (Colin Fredericks, Caltrans; 10 minutes) – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is seeking public input for the Caltrans District 3 Active Transportation (CAT) Plan to guide future Caltrans active transportation planning and funding to align State bicycle and pedestrian safety efforts with local priorities. Through a map-based survey, the public can inform Caltrans of missing or desired bicycle or pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, bicycle lanes, crosswalks, etc.) on, across or near the state highway system. Survey at: To view the news release, visit:


  1. Caltrans Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans (Dianira Soto and Will Schilling, Caltrans; 20 minutes) – Caltrans District 3 staff will present on four Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans (CMCPs) under development. These include the Interstate 5, Interstate 80, State Route 49, and State Route 70/99 CMCPs. This presentation will be informational to provide an overview of the purpose and need of the CMCPs, completion schedule as well as an update on current and future next steps. To view the presentation, click here.


The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 22, 2021, 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Please visit for more information.

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