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SJCOG public outreach in Escalon

About San Joaquin Council of Governments



The San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG), created in 1968, is responsible for the transportation policy development, planning, and programming for the County of San Joaquin and the cities of Stockton, Lodi, Manteca, Tracy, Ripon, Escalon, and Lathrop in California. SJCOG serves as the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) and Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for San Joaquin County and provides a forum for regional decision-making on issues such as growth, transportation, environmental management, housing, open space, air quality, fiscal management, and economic development. One of the main roles of SJCOG is the administration of the Measure K program. Measure K is a voter approved, half-cent sales tax for transportation projects in the San Joaquin region. In place since 1990, it has financed numerous highway expansions, pedestrian-friendly projects, bike paths, and local road improvements throughout San Joaquin County. It has generated millions in new revenues for rail and public transit networks. During the 50-year life of the program, more than $3.5 billion will be generated and distributed among highway, transit, and local road projects. SJCOG functions under a committee structure comprised of the Board of Directors (Board), the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), the Management and Finance Committee (M&F), and various advisory committees.



2018 RTP/SCS Transportation Needs Survey

The transportation system in San Joaquin County includes its local roads, highways, public transit (including buses and trains), bicycle paths, and sidewalks. The transportation system is an important connector of people, to places, and opportunities.

Your time and input is valuable to SJCOG. This questionnaire is anonymous, and your input will be used to guide future transportation system improvements.



2018 RTP/SCS Encuesta de Necesidades de Transporte

El sistema de transportación en el condado de San Joaquín incluye calles locales, carreteras y transito público (incluyendo trenes y autobuses), caminos para bicicletas y banquetas. El sistema de transportación es una conexión importante entre personas, a lugares y oportunidades.

Su tiempo y su opinión es muy valorada por SJCOG. Este cuestionario es anónimo y su opinión será tomada en cuenta para guiar el mejoramiento del transporte público.

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