URBAN LAND INSTITUTE FALL MEETING             OCTOBER 26, 2011       CONVENTION CENTER, LOS ANGELES, CA      Martin Tuttle...
SENATE BILL 391 (LIU)REQUIRES CALTRANS TO:• IDENTIFY THE STATEWIDE INTEGRATED MULTIMODAL  TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM• PREPARE I...
CALIFORNIA INTERREGIONAL BLUEPRINT’S       THREE MAJOR ELEMENTS1.   INTEGRATING STATEWIDE MODAL PLANS AND PROGRAMS2. BUILD...
INTEGRATING THE STATEWIDE      MODAL PLANS
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANS ANDSUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES STRATEGIES       SANDAG – OCTOBER 2011       SACOG – APRIL 2012  ...
Statewide Model FrameworkCalifornia HouseholdTravel SurveyMar 2013                                          Statewide     ...
Caltrans Earth
CALIFORNIA INTERREGIONAL BLUEPRINT            WORKSHOPS                                SACRAMENTO                         ...
FOR MORE INFORMATION…                    Visithttp://www.californiainterregionalblueprint.org                  Contact    ...
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Transportation Directions: Where Are We Heading? (Martin Tuttle) - ULI Fall Meeting 102611

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Authorization of the next surface transportation bill has
languished in Congress. Learn about prospects for a
breakthrough and how states are dealing with continued
uncertainty and planning for a future with diminished federal
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  • I’ll be presenting an overview of SB 391 and the CIBThe CIB is a prime example of how California is planning for a future with diminished federal fundsCalifornia’s population grows every year the size of Oakland, but our infrastructure is not keeping pace with that growth, in both new investment and maintaining what we have.In order for us to work with the funds that are available, we need smart planning that links land use and transportation efficiently and sustainably. This in return supports vibrant economies at all levels.Caltrans is developing the CIB as a way to jump start this smart planning concept, while satisfying the requirements of SB 391
  • While our local partners such as SCAG are responding to SB 375, Caltrans is responding to SB 391We are responding to SB 391 requirements for the California Transportation Plan by developing a California Interregional Blueprint to integrate our plans and test their performanceusing new tools and data being developed as part of the Department’s modeling framework.The CIB combines the state’s 19 regional blueprints and Caltrans major planning documents into one integrated, statewide multimodal plan that addresses the local and statewide needs for effective sustainable regional transportation planning
  • Building upon existing regional planning efforts and data like the Regional Transportation Plans, Regional Blueprint Plans, and the regional sustainable communities strategies or SCSs–that should address 94-95% of the greenhouse gases statewide; takingthe regional visions and land use planning --not changing them –and overlaying the interregional travel modesto ensure that the State meets its responsibility toward consistency ofinterregional travel data versus intra-regional travel dataDeveloping more robust modeling tools in order to analyze different scenarios and assess their impacts on greenhouse gas emissions, and finallyIn the end ensuringBetter projects and Project Delivery
  • We’re integrating our multi modal PlansITSP (including Focus Routes and HOV express lanes in northern and southern California) – Dec. 2015State Rail Plan (1st ever integrated w/ HSR) – Dec. 2012California Aviation Systems Plan – Sept. 2011Statewide Freight Mobility Plan, formerly theGoods Movement Action Plan – December 2012Statewide Transit Strategic Plan – Oct. 2011We’re also integrating our programs focused on multimodal access and environmental sustainability:Smart Mobility FrameworkComplete StreetsRegional Advanced Mitigation Planning (RAMP), Statewide Advanced Mitigation Initiative (SAMI), and Habitat ConnectivityRegional Blueprint PlanningClimate Action Program
  • Here is the schedule of your Regional Transportation Plans & SCSs for release or adoption:SANDAG -- draft RTP 2050 released May 15, with October 2011 adoption estimatedSACOG – April 2012 RTPadoption estimatedSCAG – April 2012 RTPadoption estimated (Also might mention SCAG’s sub regional SCSs)MTC – April 2013 RTPadoption estimatedSJCOG – December 2013 RTPadoption estimatedThe SJ Valley’s 8 MPO’s may coordinate SCS development Valley Wide, individually, or possibly several groupings within the ValleyWe’ll be attempting to incorporate as many of the SCSs that are available into the CIB Interim Report, which should include the first three, and maybe some of the draft scenarios from the remaining MPOs…
  • The Statewide Model Framework ensures Better data and tools will be available for a statewide analysis and available for comparing scenarios and strategies for estimating GHG calculations: testing how changes in policies will impact travel times and costs, VMT, and what facilities will be impacted. We’re partners with the MPOs and State agencies on the California Household Travel Survey; The framework includes the important Statewide Travel Demand Model that’s key to helping the State address inconsistencies in interregional trips and travel data;We’re partnering with ARB on the important Statewide Freight Model;Most elements will be completedby late 2012 and the Freight Model by May 2013. While the SIM is not yet fully funded, we’re working with other state agencies on funding the SIM.
  • Here’s an example of some new technology were working on using google earth—this is a Screen Capture of CT Earth capabilities supported by a Google Earth technology…CT Earth is an important piece because it provides the capability to provide more accessible and transparent data … in order to visualize GIS layers and identify gaps in the system and share data across the state.CT Earth helps us visualize the modal plans through their respective GIS layers, and other sensitive resources like critical habitat, so we can ensure the plans are really integrated, and further ensuring greater success with GHG emissions reduction strategies. Caltrans making CT Earth available to the public in 2012 as a way to share information, reduce duplicate efforts, provide consistent data, and help reduce costs of sharing data
  • Holding 2 workshops in which we encourage your participation! The workshops will present:the CIB Working Group’s purpose in guiding the Interregional ReportHighlight the integration of our plans and programsand gather feedback from external stakeholders that aren’t represented on the Working GroupThe Workshops will be webcast with the ability to participate in interactive polling.The Agenda is posted on our website
  • In this down economy Caltrans currently has $11 billion on contract from federal stimulus and Prop 1B bond moneyThe stimulus came while the State was on 3 days/month furlough, many Caltrans employees worked through these unpaid days, and weekends without over time to get the $11 billion on contract quickly to get unemployed constructions workers back to work BUT, that money is going away, and there’s an urgent need to “tee up” our next big projectsWe need a clear strategy to help us define that next step; the issue is what do we do when the $11 billion’s spent? Where do we go from here?Please take some time to visit our CIB Web Portal and stay engaged in all the activities related to theCalifornia Interregional Blueprint. Contact my staff, starting with Pam Korte, if you have any questions…Are there any questions?
  • Transportation Directions: Where Are We Heading? (Martin Tuttle) - ULI Fall Meeting 102611

    1. 1. URBAN LAND INSTITUTE FALL MEETING OCTOBER 26, 2011 CONVENTION CENTER, LOS ANGELES, CA Martin Tuttle, Caltrans Deputy Director, Planning and Modal Programs
    2. 2. SENATE BILL 391 (LIU)REQUIRES CALTRANS TO:• IDENTIFY THE STATEWIDE INTEGRATED MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM• PREPARE INTERIM REPORT TO LEGISLATURE, BY DECEMBER 31, 2012, BASED ON SB 375 SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES STRATEGIES AND THEIR INFLUENCE STATEWIDE• DEVELOP STATE TRANSPORTATION PLAN BY DECEMBER 31, 2015 THAT IDENTIFIES THE INTEGRATED, MULTIMODAL SYSTEM NEEDED TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM FEASIBLE GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTIONS
    3. 3. CALIFORNIA INTERREGIONAL BLUEPRINT’S THREE MAJOR ELEMENTS1. INTEGRATING STATEWIDE MODAL PLANS AND PROGRAMS2. BUILDING UPON REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANS AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY STRATEGIES3. DEVELOPING ROBUST MODELING TOOLS TO ANALYZE DIFFERENT SCENARIOS AND STRATEGIES
    4. 4. INTEGRATING THE STATEWIDE MODAL PLANS
    5. 5. REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANS ANDSUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES STRATEGIES SANDAG – OCTOBER 2011 SACOG – APRIL 2012 SCAG – APRIL 2012 MTC – APRIL 2013 SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY MPOS – DECEMBER 2013 TO JUNE 2014
    6. 6. Statewide Model FrameworkCalifornia HouseholdTravel SurveyMar 2013 Statewide Integrated Transportation, Statewide Statewide Land Use and Travel Freight Economic Demand Model Model Model Dec 2012 Jun 2013 TBD Model Development Path
    7. 7. Caltrans Earth
    8. 8. CALIFORNIA INTERREGIONAL BLUEPRINT WORKSHOPS SACRAMENTO Friday, November 4, 2011 9:00am – 11:30am Sacramento Convention Center, Rm. 204 1400 J Street Sacramento, California 95814 LOS ANGELES Tuesday, November 8, 2011 1:30pm – 4:00pm Caltrans District 7 Office 100 South Main Street Los Angeles, California 90012 RSVP at http://www.californiainterregionalblueprint.org
    9. 9. FOR MORE INFORMATION… Visithttp://www.californiainterregionalblueprint.org Contact pam_korte@dot.ca.gov

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