After two years of planning and development, the 2018 Regional Transportation Plan which contains the region’s Sustainable Communities Strategy, was released for 55-day public review and comment on Thursday, April 5, 2018.
Fresno COG’s Regional Transportation Plan-Sustainable Communities Strategy 2018-2042
Fresno COG’s Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Introduction Video – New! Watch now on YouTube.com
Notice of Public Hearings –
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Fresno Council of Governments (Fresno COG) will hold a public hearing on April 26, 2018 at 5:30 P.M. during the Fresno COG Policy Board Meeting at the Fresno COG office building at 2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201, Fresno, CA 93721, regarding the Draft 2019 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (2019 FTIP), the Draft 2018 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Community Strategy (2018 RTP/SCS), the corresponding Draft Air Quality Conformity Analysis for the 2019 FTIP and 2018 RTP/SCS and the Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR). The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public comments on these documents.
An additional public hearing will be held by Fresno COG staff, specifically Planning Director Kristine Cai, to receive public comments on the Draft 2018 Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS) on May 15, 2018 at 6:00 P.M. at Selma City Hall, 1710 Tucker St, Selma, CA 93662.
Fresno COG’s Regional Transportation Plan 2018 – 2042 addresses greenhouse gas emissions reductions and other air emissions related to transportation, with the goal of preparing for future growth in a sustainable manner. The Regional Transportation Plan continues to provide necessary mobility to keeping us moving through the year 2042. It contains a variety of different Elements or chapters with each element augmented by additional documentation. Over 3,000 transportation projects are included in the plan, with funding timelines and plans of action.
Unmet Transit Needs 2018 Public Comments Process
Do you or someone you know have a public transit need that is not being met? The Fresno Council of Government’s (FCOG) Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) would like to hear from you!
If you would like to provide comments on public transit needs in Fresno County, please attend one of the eight public meetings closest to your residence, or submit written comments to:
Bill Hyatt, SSTAC Chairman
Central Valley Regional Center, Inc.
4615 North Marty, Fresno, CA 93722
Fresno County Regional Long-Range Transit Plan
The Fresno County Regional Long Range Transit Plan (LRTP) will guide transit and multimodal investments and services in the Fresno region through the year 2050. The plan builds on Fresno COG’s 2018 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and prior transit planning studies, and will inform the 2022 RTP. More importantly, the LRTP will integrate appropriate and effective public transportation planning and projects into the fabric of the region’s overall circulation networks and systems. more…
Posting of available Oversight Committee positions:
There are currently two vacancies on the committee to fill 4-year terms:
- One position for a Community Organization Representatives (Organization/agency must provide applicant with a letter of recommendation.)
- One for the unincorporated rural area west of State Route 99 (Supervisorial District 1)
DEADLINE: Applicants need to complete the attached application form and submit it to Fresno COG. The positions will remain open until filled. View the application
If you have any questions, please contact Brenda Veenendaal at email@example.com or 559-233-4148 x219
Fresno COG comment/question email address
If you are unsure of whom to contact at Fresno COG regarding programs, projects or COG meetings, you may email staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your communication will be routed to the appropriate staff member and responded to promptly.
2016 Public Participation Plan
2016 Fresno COG Public Participation Plan – adopted July 28, 2016
Get involved through public meetings
Fresno COG’s standing or advisory boards, committees and commissions offer an excellent opportunity for expanding public participation opportunities during the transportation planning process. This is accomplished not only by active membership but by presentations made before them and attendance at the open meetings. Find out more about each group, who staffs them and how to get involved with the work they are doing by viewing our committees page which includes links to the meeting agendas at http://www.fresnocog.org/agenda.
For Your Information:
Fresno COG’s notice to the public regarding Title VI
Notifying the Public of Rights Under Title VI – In English and Spanish
- Fresno Council of Governments operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the Fresno Council of Governments.
- Fresno Council of Governments opera sus programas y servicios sin distinción de raza, color y origen nacional, de conformidad con el Título VI del Acta de Derechos Civiles. Cualquier persona que cree o que ha sido perjudicada por una práctica discriminatoria ilegal bajo el Título VI, puede presentar una queja con Fresno Council of Governments.
For more information on Fresno Council of Governments civil rights program, and the procedures to file a complaint, contact 559-233-4148; email email@example.com; or visit our website at www.fresnocog.org. (click on “About COG” then the “Get Involved” tab)
A complaint may be filed directly with the Federal Transit administration by filing a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor – TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20590.
- If information is needed in another language, contact 559-233-4148.
- Si se necesita información en otro idioma, comuníquese con 559-233-4148.
(This notice is posted in the Fresno COG reception area and meeting rooms.)
Fresno COG has in place a Title VI Complaint Procedure, which outlines a process for local disposition of Title VI complaints and is consistent with guidelines found in Chapter VII of the Federal Transit Administration Circular 4702.1, dated May 26, 1988.