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Project Enhancement Workshop

The Active Transportation Program Project Enhancement Workshop provided information for project sponsors to maximize the potential and value in their projects and applications.

The workshop featured staff from CaltransLos Angeles County Bicycle CoalitionCalifornia WalksStantecPublic Health AllianceMetro, Alta Planning + Design, and Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability.

The Workshop was held on March 16, 2015 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the SCAG Los Angeles office with teleconferencing occurring in the five SCAG County Regional Offices. The Workshop offered information pertaining best practices and innovative trends in:

  • Community outreach
  • Infrastructure design
  • Planning strategies
  • Public health partnerships
  • Multi-modal integration

Below are links to each presentation. For more information, contact SCAG staff Stephen Patchan,, (213) 236-1923.


Local Implementation Workshop

The Active Transportation Program Local Implementation Workshop will provide next steps information for successful project sponsors that have been awarded Active Transportation Program (ATP) funding as part of the Metropolitan Planning Organization component. The workshop will feature Caltrans staff and walk project sponsors through California Transportation Commission and Caltrans administrative processes and timeline milestones such as programming, funding allocations and project implementation. The workshop will also introduce the schedule for ATP cycle 2.

Workshop Materials

Active Transportation Working Group

The purpose of the Active Transportation Working Group is to receive comments and recommendations regarding the active transportation component of the 2016-2040 RTP/SCS. In addition, the workshops will detail SCAG’s many active transportation activities. SCAG is seeking ways to collaborate with local jurisdictions in the planning, funding and implementation of regional active transportation solutions. As many active transportation funding opportunities are through federal and state grants, collaboration is critical for any project that crosses political jurisdictions. These workshops are intended to help foster that collaboration.