Megaregion Working Group
The Megaregion Working Group is a 12-member coalition that consists of four board members from the San Joaquin Council of Governments, four board members from the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, and four commissioners from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. The working group represents 16 counties and 136 cities with a total population of nearly 11 million people stretching from the Bay Area to the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada foothills.
The working group is responsible for conducting a number of state and federally mandated planning and programming responsibilities, including the maintenance of long-range Regional Transportation Plans and Sustainable Communities Strategies.
Read more about the group here.
As the 2021-2022 chair of the Megaregion Working Group, San Joaquin County Board of Supervisor and SJCOG Boardmember Robert Rickman (left) led the development of the Megaregion Dozen -- a package of projects that guide and advance the transportation investment principles and strategies that the working group approved. The guiding principles helped narrow to four projects in each region that advance the following investments and strategies:1) Interregional Functionality; 2) Improved Policy Alignment; 3) Persuasive Leverage; and 4) Strategic Investment.
Megaregion Dozen Projects
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View presentations from the Megaregion Working Group meetings.
March 26, 2021
June 25, 2021
September 24, 2021
January 28, 2022