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    2017 Shasta FTIP Formal Amendment No. 5

    Formal Amendment No. 5 to the 2017 Shasta Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) updates one grouped project listing and one individual project listing. It also makes a grouped project table listing revision for one grouped project listing. Read on...
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    SRTA Proposes 7.7% DBE Goal

    As a user of US Department of Transportation funds, SRTA must triennially establish a DBE goal for contracting opportunities. SRTA has proposed an annual goal of 7.7%. The goal, and its methodology, are available review and comment. Read on...
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    2017 Shasta FTIP Formal Amendment No. 4

    Formal Amendment No. 4 to the 2017 Shasta Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) revises three grouped project listings and three individual project listings. Read on...
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    SRTA Board authorized consulting agreement for walk and bike network

    At its June 27 meeting, the board authorized a consulting agreement to develop Sustainable Shasta: A Walk and Bike Network for Downtowns. Sustainable Shasta's aim is to develop grant-ready non-motorized projects for capital and construction Read on...
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    SRTA Board authorized agreement for intercity bus service business plan between Redding and Sac

    On June 27, the board approved a consulting agreement to develop a business plan for the North State Express Connect bus service between Redding and Sacramento. The bus service would connect North State communities to the Sacramento... Read on...
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    AWARDED $448K: SRTA Submits a Grant for Sustainable Shasta: A Walk and Bike Network for Downtowns

    SRTA submitted a grant application -- and was awarded ~$448K -- to Caltrans's Sustainable Transportation Planning Program for Sustainable Shasta: A Walk and Bike Network for Downtowns. Read on...
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    AWARDED $223K: SRTA Submits a Grant for NS Express Connect Business Plan

    SRTA submitted a grant application -- and was awarded $223K -- to Caltrans's Sustainable Transportation Planning Program for the North State Express Connect Business Plan. 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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​Shasta Regional Transportation Agency
1255 East Street, Suite 202
Redding, CA 96001
Phone: 530-262-6190
Fax: 530-262-6189


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