Adopted Final Connect SoCal

On September 3, 2020, SCAG’s Regional Council unanimously voted to approve and fully adopt Connect SoCal (2020–2045 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy), and the addendum to the Connect SoCal Program Environmental Impact Report.

Connect SoCal is a long-range visioning plan that builds upon and expands land use and transportation strategies established over several planning cycles to increase mobility options and achieve a more sustainable growth pattern. It charts a path toward a more mobile, sustainable and prosperous region by making connections between transportation networks, between planning strategies and between the people whose collaboration can improve the quality of life for Southern Californians.

Connect SoCal outlines more than $638 billion in transportation system investments through 2045. It was prepared through a collaborative, continuous, and comprehensive process with input from local governments, county transportation commissions, tribal governments, non-profit organizations, businesses and local stakeholders within the counties of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura.

Connect SoCal is available for download by chapter or as one file. Please note that some files are large and may take longer to download depending on individual connection speeds. We strongly recommend that you first download it onto your computer before opening the file. All files are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

*Please note: The Project List Technical Report is intended to provide the public with a comprehensive list of projects anticipated to be initiated or completed through Connect SoCal’s horizon year of 2045. For the most updated and accurate information on Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) projects, please see the SCAG’s FTIP website, http://ftip.scag.ca.gov/Pages/default.aspx.

Approvals

FHWA/FTA 2020 RTP/SCS and 2019 FTIP Amendment No. 19- 12 and Associated Conformity Determination Letter 06/05/20

Downloads

Technical Reports