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    Notice of Availability: Shasta 2017 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 2

    Formal Amendment No. 2 to the Shasta 2017 FTIP adjusts three grouped project, and one individual, listing(s). The amendment is available for a 14-day public and interagency review, beginning February 17, 2017, and ending March 2, 2017, at 5:00 PM. Read on...
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    Infill & Redevelopment Incentive Program Cycle II

    In anticipation of Cycle II of the Infill & Redevelopment Incentive Program, interested parties are invited to submit project ideas. Read on...
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    GoShasta! Tell us your vision for walking and biking in the region!

    How do you think walking, bicycling, connections for the mobility impaired, and connections to transit can be improved? Let us know by the end of the month! Read on...
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    Draft - 2017/18 Transit Needs Assessment Available for Public Comment

    The Draft 2017/18 Transit Needs Assessment is available for public comment, review, and input through March 6, 2017. Read on...
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    SRTA Submits Project Proposal for an Electric Vehicle Fast Charger Network

    SRTA submitted a project proposal under Volkswagen’s "Electrify America" investment plan for a network of electric vehicle DC fast-charge stations across Northern California, called the 'North State “SuperCharge” Project', on January 16, 2017. Read on...
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    Caltrans grant opportunity - FTA Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals w/ Disabilities

    Caltrans announced the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 - Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals w/ Disabilities Program competitive call for projects. Read on...
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    SRTA Submits a Grant Application for Sustainable Shasta: A Walk and Bike Network for Downtowns

    SRTA submitted a grant application to Caltrans's Sustainable Transportation Planning Program for Sustainable Shasta: A Walk and Bike Network for Downtowns. Read on...
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Final 2015 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), including Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS), and Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

The SRTA Board of Directors adopted the 2015 RTP, including SCS, and certified the EIR at the June 30, 2015, board of directors meeting. Please click the following link to view the documents.
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