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For the past three decades, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has prepared Regional Transportation Plans (RTPs) with the primary goal of increasing mobility for the region’s residents and visitors. While mobility is a vital component of the quality of life that this region deserves, it is by no means the only component. SCAG has placed a greater emphasis than ever before on sustainability and integrated planning in the 2012–2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), whose vision encompasses three principles that collectively work as the key to our region’s future: mobility, economy, and sustainability.
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has launched the nation’s first fully interactive version of a regional transportation plan – the 2012–2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS). Among its many features, SCAG’s online RTP has the most flexible public comment opportunities ever offered.
La inversión en el sistema de transporte de nuestra región es fundamental para nuestra prosperidad económica. Para competir en la escala nacional e internacional, el Sur de California necesita un sistema de transporte del Siglo Veintiuno para mejorar la movilidad para ambos, los negocios y la gente. Sin inversiones estratégicas a largo plazo en transporte y sin ingresos necesarios para construir y mantener aquellas inversiones, las futuras generaciones en nuestra región tendrán una desventaja competitiva.
Investing in our region’s transportation system is critical to our economic prosperity. To compete nationally and internationally, Southern California needs a 21st century transportation system that improves mobility for both businesses and people. Without long-term strategic transportation investments and the revenue sources necessary to build and maintain those investments, our region will be at a competitive disadvantage for future generations.
Investing in the region’s transportation system is critical to Southern California’s economic prosperity. With a gross regional product of nearly $900 billion, Southern California’s economy is the 16th largest in the world behind South Korea. It is imperative to protect and strengthen the region’s assets, maximize natural resources and invest in infrastructure to compete on a global scale in the 21st century. Long-term strategic investments in the region create jobs and ensure a competitive future both nationally and internationally.
Propuesto 2012-2035 Plan De Transporte Regional / Estrategias Para Comunidades Sostenibles (RTP/SCS)
Draft 2012-2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS)
For the past three decades, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has prepared Regional Transportation Plans (RTPs) with the primary goal of increasing mobility for the region’s residents and visitors. While mobility is a vital component of the quality of life that this region deserves, it is by no means the only component. SCAG has placed a greater emphasis than ever before on sustainability and integrated planning in the 2012–2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), whose vision encompasses three principles that collectively work as the key to our region’s future: mobility, economy, and sustainability.
For the past three decades, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has prepared Regional Transportation Plans (RTPs) with the primary goal of increasing mobility for the region’s residents and visitors. While mobility is a vital component of the quality of life that this region deserves, it is by no means the only component. SCAG has placed a greater emphasis than ever before on sustainability and integrated planning in the 2012–2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), whose vision encompasses three principles that collectively work as the key to our region’s future: mobility, economy, and sustainability.
For the past three decades, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has prepared Regional Transportation Plans (RTPs) with the primary goal of increasing mobility for the region’s residents and visitors. While mobility is a vital component of the quality of life that this region deserves, it is by no means the only component. SCAG has placed a greater emphasis than ever before on sustainability and integrated planning in the 2012–2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), whose vision encompasses three principles that collectively work as the key to our region’s future: mobility, economy, and sustainability.
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