2014 RTP/SCS

2014 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (2014 RTP/SCS)

SLOCOG is the lead agency in facilitating the development of the RTP. As the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the region, it represents and works with the County of San Luis Obispo, as well as, the cities of Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach and San Luis Obispo. SLOCOG understands the importance of consensus and utilizes a collaborative process to create the RTP. Throughout the development of the RTP, SLOCOG staff are guided by numerous task forces, including a Technical Advisory Committee (TTAC), local governments, several state and federal agencies including Caltrans, environmental and business communities, non-profit groups, as well the general public. The end result of this collaborative process is an RTP that reflects public consideration and addresses the region's needs.

RTP Amendment #1: Regional Definition of Disadvantaged Communities - View Here!
RTP Amendment #1: Appendix O - View Here!

GIS spatial data and supporting material available on the Data Services page.

For more information about the approved Regional Definition of Disadvantaged Communities, please contact Ritu Muralidharan at rmuralidharan@slocog.org or (805) 597-8051.

RTP Amendment #2: Antelope Grade SR 46E - View Here!
RTP Overview Public Handout (Downloadable PDF) - View Here!
Final 2014 RTP (Full document, 38.2 MB PDF) - View Here!
View the Final 2014 RTP by chapter below:

Cover/Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Sustainable Communities Strategy
Chapter 3: Maximizing System Efficiency
Chapter 4: Highways, Streets and Roads
Chapter 5: Public Transportation 
Chapter 6: Active Transportation
Chapter 7: Performance Measures
Chapter 8: Financial Element


Appendix A: Project Tables-Maps
see also RTP Project List (Excel version)
Appendix B: Policies Strategies Consolidated
Appendix C: Modeling Technical Documents
Appendix D: Air Quality Conformity
Appendix E: Regional Land Use Model: Land Use Scenario Results
Appendix F: Maps
Appendix G: US 101 Corridor Mobility Study
Appendix H: 2010 RTP-EIR and 2014 Addendum
Appendix I: 2013 Public Participation Plan
Appendix J: Chapter Bibliographies
Appendix K: Wildlife Corridor and Connectivity Plan
Appendix L: Climate Change
Appendix M: Acronym List
Appendix N: Resolutions of Approval
Appendix O: Regional Definition of Disadvantaged Communities

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