The FINAL 2021 D10 CAT Plan is available
Caltrans District 10 prepared an active transportation plan to identify needs for bicycle and pedestrian improvements on, across, or near state highways. Criteria based on Toward an Active California, along with weighting and location-based needs, led to a prioritization map that helps Caltrans better evaluate which location-based needs may be best suited to move into project development phases over time.
The public played a critical role by participating in map-based surveys. The surveys allowed people to tell Caltrans where they had bicycling and walking concerns on, across, and near the State Highway System.
- The 2021 Final Caltrans District 10 California Active Transportation (CAT) Plan Report
- The Caltrans District 10 CAT Plan Storymaps website
- Feedback for Guidance for Incomplete Text Logged in Public Survey to be posted here as soon as PDF remediation is complete
The D10 CAT Plan Surveys are still open for comment
- Members of the public and community-based organizations are encouraged to participate using this web map survey: https://survey.catplan.org/Survey?sid=10
- Government agency partners and Tribes are encouraged to leave comments using this web map survey: https://clowder.tierraplan.com/caltrans/10
- For members of the SR 132 Empire community with difficulty accessing the internet, a bilingual paper version of the public web survey is available here.
guidance for incomplete text logged in survey
The public participated in the D10 CAT Plan process by leaving comments about bicycle and pedestrian needs in the online public survey (https://survey.catplan.org/Survey?sid=10). To address technical errors that led to some text getting cut off in the survey, a guide was circulated to provide opportunity to capture complete comments from members of the public whose feedback may have been affected. The period to collect feedback ended on September 20th, and comments received have been added to the original comments that were cut off.
The technical error that caused some comments to get cut off has been fixed, and the guide used to capture further comments will be posted on this website once PDF remediation is complete. We apologize for this technical error, and we appreciate your help in building a more complete record of comments.
About District 10
District 10 serves the northern portion of the San Joaquin Valley and includes the Counties of Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne. The District is home to a prolific and year-round agricultural industry that relies extensively on state routes for distribution. Large and smaller urbanized communities line the Highway 99 Corridor – including Stockton, Lodi, Turlock, Modesto, and Merced. District 10 also includes the western portion of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, historic Motherlode communities, federally-recognized Tribal lands, and natural destinations including Yosemite National Park and Calaveras Big Trees State Park. District 10 is part of the Bay Area and Sacramento regions' commute sheds.