2018 Public Outreach
Thank you to the many residents who provided their input throughout the two-year planning process that resulted in the 2018 Regional Transportation Plan & Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS)! You can see a summary of public outreach and community engagement activities in the following documents included in the 2018 RTP/SCS:
- - Chapter 2: Civic Engagement provides a brief summary of the public outreach and engagement process throughout the plan development process.
- - Appendix K: Civic Engagement is a compilation of supporting materials for Chapter 2, including reports and analysis on public input, as well as public outreach materials and results.
November 9, 2017 @ SJCOG
Ahora que nos ha ayudado a definir el futuro del transporte ¿Cuán bien reflejan los diferentes escenarios los factores que le importan a usted, como circulación, seguridad y medioambiente? Venga a ver los detalles y seleccione la alternativa que más le guste para el futuro del sistema de transporte de Condado San Joaquín.
Now that you've helped us define the future of transportation, how do the different scenarios perform on important metrics that you care about, such as mobility, safety, and environment? Stop in to learn more, and choose your favorite alternative future for San Joaquin County's transportation system.
Event Flyer: English & Español
June 1, 2017 @ Manteca Transit Center
April 20, 2017 @ SJCOG
The transportation system in San Joaquin County includes its local roads, highways, public transit (including buses and trains), bicycle paths, and sidewalks. The Transportation system is an important connector of people, to places, and opportunities.
SJCOG is continuously working to improve transportation options for current and future generations of San Joaquin County residents.
Over 1000 residents in San Joaquin County responded to the survey. Here is a quick summary of results.
Calling community and organizational leaders throughout the region. SJCOG needs your help to make information about the plan visible, and to encourage wide participation in public outreach activities. San Joaquin County is vast. Covering an area of over 1,400 square miles and reaching a population of over 700,000 people in 7 cities and a number of rural and small communities will require some extra hands.
If you are interested in setting up a meeting or workshop with SJCOG and/or spreading the word about public input opportunities among your constituents and community members, please contact Christine Corrales, Associate Regional Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org.