Welcome to the SRTA!

The Shasta Regional Transportation Agency (SRTA) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and the Regional Transportation Planning Agency for Shasta County. We are a transportation policy-making organization made up of representatives from local government and transportation authorities. MPO's were created by Congress in order to ensure that existing and future expenditures in transportation projects are based on a continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive planning process.

Meetings and Events


What's New

Need meeting information?

Use the quick download buttons located on the sitemap to quickly access SRTA board, TAC and SSTAC agendas. Buttons will be activated when packets are posted to the website.


Having issues downloading the agenda? Use this link to download all agenda items: SRTA - October 14, 2014, Meeting Agenda - Optimized

California Freight Mobility Plan

On Thursday, June 19, Caltrans held a public workshop in Redding, CA to provide an opportunity for the public to get information and provide feedback on the draft California Freight Mobility Plan. For more information regarding the CFMP, please click the following link: Draft CFMP

New Federal/State Grant Matrix

SRTA has updated its grant matrix that tracks federal and state grants relevant to regional planning. Please click the following link to go to the grant web page: Grant Matrix




Shasta County 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP)

The final Shasta County 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) is a four-year program of projects for the maintenance, operation and improvement of the transportation system. Covering fiscal years 2014/15 through 2017/18, the document includes transportation projects with federal funding and/or projects of regional significance. The 2015 FTIP was approved by the SRTA Board of Directors on June 24, 2014. Please direct 2015 FTIP questions to SRTA senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie at either (530) 262-6194, or kurlie@srta.ca.gov.

Shasta County 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP)

SRTA 2015 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 1

Formal Amendment No. 1 to the SRTA 2015 FTIP was approved September 25, 2014. The amendment:
* revises the Redding Area Bus Authority's (RABA's) capital projects;
* adjusts one State Highway Operation and Protection Program grouped project listing;
* adds a new grouped project listing for pavement resurfacing and/or rehabilitation;
* revises the grouped project listing for the Highway Safety Improvement Program; and
* amends Safe Routes to School program funding for Fiscal Year 2014/15.

Please contact senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie at 530-262-6194, or kurlie@srta.ca.gov, if you have questions.

SRTA 2015 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 1

SRTA Submits TIGER 2014 Grant

On April 28th, SRTA submitted a TIGER grant application for funding the replacement of the Inerstate 5 overcrossing of the Union Pacific Railroad in south Anderson, and to widen the freeway from four to six lanes. If funded, the project enables the region to accommodate for projected growth, pave the way for future transportation enhancements, support the growth of our local economy, and mollify safety concerns regarding vital freight corridors.
Due to the application's size the following are separate links to the various parts submitted:

TIGER Grant Narrative
TIGER Grant Support Letters
TIGER Grant Maps
TIGER Grant Drawings
TIGER Grant Environmental Documents
TIGER Grant Cost-Benefit Analysis
Cost Benefit Summary
TIGER Grant Cost-Benefit Analysis Table