Supporting Plans

The following plans have informed the policies and programs that are a part of the 2019 Federal RTP:

San Diego Forward: The 2015 Regional Plan

Adopted by the SANDAG Board of Directors on October 9, 2015, the Plan combines the big-picture vision for how our region will grow by 2050 with an implementation program to help make that vision a reality.


Regional Transportation Improvement Program

The Regional Transportation Improvement Program is a prioritized program designed to implement the region’s overall strategy for providing mobility and improving the efficiency and safety of the transportation system, while reducing transportation related air pollution in support of efforts to attain federal and state air quality standards for the region.


Regional Comprehensive Plan

Adopted in July 2004 and based on smart growth principles, this plan provides a blueprint for managing regional growth, preserving natural resources, and limiting urban sprawl.

TransNet Environmental Mitigation Program 

Through the Environmental Mitigation Program, SANDAG protects, preserves, and restores native habitats as offsets to disturbance caused by regional and local transportation projects.

Plug-in Electric Vehicle Readiness Plan 

The San Diego Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Readiness Plan identifies barriers to the deployment of PEV charging infrastructure and includes recommendations and resources for overcoming those barriers.

Regional Energy Strategy 

The Regional Energy Strategy addresses energy issues and ways to achieve both local and regional goals related to energy and climate change.

Coordinated Plan 

The Coordinated Plan provides a five-year blueprint for the implementation of public transit and social service transportation concepts described in the 2019 Federal Regional Transportation Plan.

Riding to 2050, the San Diego Regional Bike Plan

The San Diego Regional Bicycle Plan guides the development of the regional bicycle system through the year 2050.

California-Baja California Border Master Plan

The California-Baja California Border Master Plan is a bi-national effort to coordinate planning and delivery of projects at land port of entries and the transportation infrastructure serving them.