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Transportation planning and decision-making
isn’t so much a clear choice as it is a balancing act
between diverse community needs, values, and
priorities. Because the best technical solution is
not always the best community solution, Shasta
Regional Transportation Agency (SRTA) must engage
the public and integrate their input into all policies,
plans, and products.
The Public Participation Plan (PPP) outlines the
ongoing process by which SRTA establishes a
working relationship with the community and
maintains open communication channels. Without
early and ongoing public involvement, SRTA may
miss opportunities to add value to projects; or
worse, bring the wrong mobility solutions to the
The PPP is designed to be a reference document for both the community and SRTA. The PPP serves as
an informal two-way agreement between the agency and its various “customers” by establishing clear
protocols and expectations. SRTA’s customers include but are not limited to the general public,
community stakeholders, community decision makers, tribal governments, and local/state/federal
partners. Through the PPP, all interested individuals and entities may more closely follow SRTA’s
activities and SRTA may be more consistent in its outreach efforts.
The DRAFT 2022 SRTA Public Participation Plan is now available for public review and comment and will be presented to the SRTA Board of Directors for approval at the December 15, 2022 meeting. If you have any comments or questions, please contact Associate Transportation Planner Mehdi Moeinaddini at 530-262-6206 or email email@example.com.