Regional Planning Studies

In 2018, SJCOG began several new studies to both translate the 2018 Plan into actions that support sustainable development and to prepare for the upcoming 2022 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS). Taking this vital step will further the on-going work of SJCOG and its member agencies in reducing greenhouse gas emissions through transportation investment and complimentary land use development. These planning studies are funded directly by Senate Bill 1 (SB1), The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

Select a study below to learn more about it.

  1. SCS Implementation Study
  2. Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Study: Phase 1
  3. Public Health Impact Analysis
  4. Mega-Region Economic Model
  5. Integrated Ticketing Feasibility Study
  6. I-205, I-5, SR120 & SR99 Congested Corridor Plan (CCP)
  7. Gentrification & Displacement Risk Assessment of San Joaquin County
  8. San Joaquin County Transportation Innovation Planning Study

SCS Implementation Study

 SJCOG will undertake a regional needs assessment to understand barriers to successful SCS implementation, particularly in identified communities of concern. Communities of concern are identified by SJCOG as environmental justice communities, and designated as SB 535 disadvantaged communities (top 25 percentile of CalEnviroscreen 3.0). The needs assessment will focus on conducting a community mobility needs assessment to study resident access to meet daily needs, and will include first/last mile planning and an analysis of the impact of emerging technologies.Woman riding a bike on Bike to Work Day

Final Work Products

  1. Community Mobility Needs Assessment  
  2. South Stockton SCS Implementation Study

Questions? Please contact Christine Corrales at or (209) 235-0128.