Regional Transportation Plan
Tehama County Regional Transportation Plan - January
The Tehama County Transportation Commission (TCTC) is the
state-designated Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA)
for Tehama County. TCTC reviews transportation needs and
identifies improvements for transportation, transit operations
and infrastructure. TCTC administers local, state, and federal
funds for the implementation and maintenance of transportation
infrastructure throughout the region.
Tehama County Regional Transportation Plan - 2015
The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is the core planning
document of the Tehama County Transportation Commission (TCTC)
for the county and incorporated cities of Corning, Red Bluff,
and Tehama. The purpose of the RTP is to “encourage and promote
the safe and efficient management, operations, and development
of a regional intermodal transportation system that, when linked
with appropriate land use planning, will serve the mobility
needs of goods and people” (California Transportation Commission
2010 RTP Guidelines).
Regional Transportation Plan is posted below.
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your interest in the Regional Transportation Plan, you are
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Tehama County Regional Transportation Plan - Negative
The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is considered a project
per the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and an
environmental document was prepared. Based on the initial study
evaluation, the RTP will not result in adverse environmental
impacts; therefore, a Negative Declaration was prepared.
Click to view the RTP Negative Declaration...
TCTC is the state-designated regional transportation planning
agency (RTPA) for the Tehama County region. TCTC is required by
state law (CA Government Code Section 65080) to prepare and
adopt a comprehensive regional transportation plan (RTP)
covering a 20 year planning horizon. The RTP for Tehama County
is updated every five years.
Click here to view the Public Participation Plan...