The review period for the District 10 California Active Transportation (CAT) Plan Draft Report has closed. However, the Draft Report is viewable at this link.
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 the state routes for distribution. Large and smaller urbanized communities line the Highway 99 Corridor – including Stockton, Turlock, Merced. District 10 also includes the western portion of the Sierra Nevada and natural destinations including Yosemite Park.
Caltrans is preparing an active transportation plan to identify locations for bicycle and pedestrian improvements on or near state highways. The public can play a critical role in shaping the plan by participating in map-based surveys. The surveys allows people to tell Caltrans where they have bicycling and walking concerns along or near state highways. Survey responses will provide helpful data about the type and location of improvements needed. Survey input submitted up to May 30th, 2021 will be included in the final draft D10 California Active Transportation (CAT) Plan, though the surveys will continue to be open for comment afterward.
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 Empire community with difficulty accessing the internet, a bilingual paper version of the public web survey is available here.