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1 Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) Sacramento Area Council of Governments, Sacramento, CA April 15, 2014 Policy Advisory Committee

2 Welcome and Introductions Policy Advisory Committee

3 Agenda Review Policy Advisory Committee

4 Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan and the CTP PAC Policy Advisory Committee

5 CALTRANS’ TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS CTP 2040 PAC 4/15/ Kris Kuhl Assistant Division Chief, Division of Traffic Operations CREATING SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE & RELIABILITY

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7 Transportation System Management & Operations 7  What is TSM&O?  TSM&O Vision  How TSM&O relates to Caltrans’ mission and CTP vision  The “whole enchilada” - Integrated Corridor Management  Congested Corridors to Connected Corridors

8 Transportation System Management & Operations  In partnership with transportation stakeholders, Transportation System Management & Operations (TSM&O) envisions a coordinated, well-maintained and efficiently performing technological infrastructure.  TSM&O uses real-time traffic management to improve safety, optimize flow and minimize transportation impacts on the environment, while adhering to statewide standards and consistency with federal rules and regulations. 8

9 Transportation System Management Vision Business Processes Systems & Technology Performance Measurement Culture Organization System Management 1. Performed – Silo Approach 4. Optimized - TSM&O integrated into multi-modal plans, programs, budgets 1. Performed –Ad Hoc Approaches to Implementation 4. Optimized - Architectures and technology routinely upgraded to SOP 2. Managed – Real Time Data Being Developed 4. Optimized - Performance Measures reported internally and externally 2. Managed – Senior Management Supports TSM&O 4. Optimized – Customer mobility Service commitment is formal, top level program 2. Managed – TSM&O Clarified in HQ 4. Optimized TSM&O managers at same level and staff professionalized Current StateDesired State 9 Workforce & Collaboration 2. Managed – Objectives Aligned with Key Entities 4. Optimized - High level of TSM&O coordination among owner-operators (state, local)

10 The “Whole Enchilada” – Integrated Corridor Management  Caltrans seeks to implement TMS&O on our most congested corridors through Integrated Corridor Management, or ICM.  (ICM) Optimizes the use of existing infrastructure assets and leverages unused capacity 10

11 Integrated Corridor Management  ICM is a coordinated system management of freeways, ramps, arterials and other local roadways to provide safe, reliable travel for all users in all modes, using:  Fully functioning TMS systems  Well-maintained infrastructure  Managed/Priced lanes  Advanced ramp meter operations  Enhanced communication networks  Freeway Service Patrol & Incident Management strategies  Enhanced traveler information  Decision support system  Approved concepts of operations with local and regional partners 11

12 Benefits of ICM – Delay Reduction

13 ICM and GHG Reductions 13

14 CALTRANS MISSION AND CTP VISION  Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability.  California's transportation system is safe, sustainable, and globally competitive. It provides reliable and efficient mobility and accessibility for people, goods, and services while meeting our greenhouse gas emission reduction goals and preserving community character. This integrated, connected, and resilient multimodal system supports a prosperous economy, human and environmental health, and social equity. MISSIONCTP VISION 14

15 Changing Congested Corridors to Connected Corridors  Caltrans will lead ICM implementation in California by targeting the most congested corridors.  Connected Corridors:  Enables coordination of existing transportation infrastructure and vehicles  Delivers improved corridor performance  Improves accountability  Evolves Caltrans to real-time operations and management  Enhances regional, local and private sector partnerships 15

16 State, Regional and Local Partnerships 16  Connected Corridors Pilot – Overview  Caltrans/UC PATH/Regional collaborative effort to select the most suitable corridor  Corridor’s Infrastructure readiness  Least impacted by planned construction  Cities’ relative infrastructure/ technological advancement  Significant Congestion  Number of Incidents and Events  Parallel arterials  Top Priority Corridors for Investment – I-110 and I-210 in Los Angeles and the SR-57/SR-91/ I-5 triangle in Orange County

17 17 Thank you….

18 Agricultural Land Stewardship Policy Advisory Committee

19 Presentation for the Policy Advisory Committee California Transportation Plan 2040 April 15, 2014 Agricultural Land Stewardship Planning

20 Proposed projects could have huge impacts on agriculture through land use changes Social and economic impacts not well suited to CEQA, NEPA action Public wants involvement in program planning UC Small Farm Program

21 DWR Recognized a Critical Need: Engage Delta Farm Community in the BDCP Ag Issues DWR Strategy: Create Agricultural Land Stewardship Work Group

22 Our Agricultural Stewardship Approach: Gather mitigation ideas Meet with agricultural interests Build a set of creative options Refine options with input from agriculture

23 Principles Voluntary actions Consistent with project objectives Provides benefits where impacts occur Keep farmers on land Central Valley Joint Venture

24 De California Department of Food and Agriculture California Department of Conservation Delta Conservancy Delta Stewardship Council Delta Protection Commission Developed in cooperation with:

25 Agency Group CDFW State Parks State Water Quality Control Board Regional Water Quality Control Board Office of Planning and Research USBR USFWS NOAA Fisheries

26 Resource Conservation Districts California Farm Bureau Federation Natural Resources Conservation Service Delta Five-County Farm Bureaus State Board of Food and Agriculture California Water Commission Reclamation Districts Delta Land Trusts

27 Types of Engagement Formal — commission meetings, conferences Semi-formal — local governments, permitting agencies, reclamation districts and other local agencies Informal — individuals, farm bureaus, nonprofits Interactive Website

28 Background documents Planning Framework Strategies Work Products

29 Framework Develop Agricultural Land Stewardship Plans Integrate projects with existing uses Mitigate for loss of farmland Address economic and social impacts

30 Examples of Strategies Reduce Conflict Between Agriculture and Nearby Habitat Projects

31 Identify Benefits of Funding for Open Space Subventions e.g., Williamson Act Examples of Strategies

32 Agricultural Conservation Easements CalCan

33 Improve Transportation Infrastructure Examples of Strategies

34 UCANR Develop Land Use Studies Promote Economic Development

35 Examples of Strategies Identify Governance for Agricultural Mitigation RCDs Land Trusts Conservancies Commissions Counties

36 Thank You

37 https://AgriculturalLandStewardship.water.ca.gov/

38 Break Policy Advisory Committee

39 CTP Chapter 4 Policy Advisory Committee

40 GHG Emission Reduction Strategies Policy Advisory Committee

41 Survey Results GHG Emission Reduction Strategies

42 Survey Results

43 Recommendations from TAC - HOV/HOT lanes - Increase occupancy rate +2 to +3 - Completion of HOV network - Transit - Increase frequency - Reduce transit fares - Include all elements of Transportation System Management and Operation (TSMO) for Operational Efficiency cluster - Park and ride lots (Roll into expand transit strategy) - Voluntary Travel Behavior Change - Speed limits GHG Emission Reduction Strategies

44 Strategies Effectiveness GHG Emission Reduction Strategies

45 Strategies Effectiveness

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50 For More Information… Check out the CTP Website at: For Questions, Contact:

51 Extra Slides

52 CTP 2040 Alternatives Alt 1 Planned Alt 2 Planned + Future Strategies Alt 3 Meeting the Goals RTP/SCS, Modal Plans and cleaner car/truck standards MODERATE Vehicle Fleet + Strategies such as pricing, mode shift, operational efficiencies, etc. + Alt1 = = AGGRESSIVE Vehicle Fleet + Strategies such as pricing, mode shift, operational efficiencies, etc. + Alt1 =

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