Key highlights on regulations, policies, and program funding for the transportation professional
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has released the draft Connect SoCal 2024 plan—the region’s 2024-2050 Regional Transportation Plan & Sustainable Communities Strategy—for public review and comment.
Updated every four years, Connect SoCal 2024 outlines a regional vision with integrated strategies that span mobility, community, environment, and the economy. This plan meets federal transportation conformity requirements as well as state requirements for greenhouse gas emission reduction, enabling the SoCal region to continue receiving funding for much-needed transportation projects.
During the draft Connect SoCal 2024 public comment period (now through January 12th, 2024), SCAG staff will host three public hearings on December 4th, 5th, & 8th, in addition to briefings for elected officials in each county within the SCAG region.
Read the draft plan or watch this video for more information on Connect SoCal 2024
The Southern California Association of Governments is an association of local governments and agencies that convene to address regional issues.
SCAG develops long-range regional transportation plans that include sustainable communities strategy and growth forecasts, regional transportation improvement programs, housing needs allocations, and a portion of the South Coast Air Quality Management Plan.
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