Transportation

As the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties, SCAG is mandated by the federal government to develop a multimodal long-range transportation plan that provides a 20-year vision for investing in our transportation system, and update it at least once every four years. Our plan, the Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), addresses all modes of our transportation system, and reflects research and policy initiatives from each mode: active transportation, aviation and airport ground access, corridor planning, goods movement, high-speed rail, intelligent transportation systems, safety and security, transit, and transportation finance.

Upcoming Events & Meetings

Sep
21

Rail~Volution 2014

Sep 21, 2014; All Day Event
@ Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota
Sep
21

NARC 2014 Executive Directors' Conference

Sep 21, 2014; All Day Event
@ Des Moine Marriott Downtown Hotel
Sep
22

Webinar on CNG/LNG Readiness—Best Practices for Host Sites and Local Permitting Authorities

Sep 22, 2014; 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
@ Webinar OR Live Presentation at SCAG Main Office
News and Announcements
2015 FTIP Proposed Amendment #15-01
Posted September 19, 2014
The Southern California Association of Governments is in receipt of the 2015 Federal Transportation...
Transportation and Heavy Industry in an Era of Low-Impact Development
Posted September 12, 2014
What does a "low impact" heavy freight rail line look like? Can the roads of the 21st century...

Studies

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For more information on Corridor Studies, visit SCAG's Corridor Planning "Completed Studies" webpage.
The Active Transportation Work Plan is a 4 Year work plan from 2012-2016. The Work Plan indicates how we will implement the 2012 RTP/SCS active transportation component as well as preparation for...
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Transportation Related Links
This California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) PDF brochure includes charts prepared as visual aids to show the sources and distribution of transportation funds in California. 
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) improves mobility across the state with core programs in Aeronautics, Highway Transportation, Mass Transportation, Transportation Planning, Administration and the Equipment Service Center.​
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides stewardship over the construction, maintenance and preservation of the nation’s highways, bridges and tunnels.