Agency: California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), Headquarters
Project: Statewide Public Engagement Contract
Contact: Georgiena Vivian

VRPA provided outreach and communications services to enhance public outreach by facilitating public engagement for transportation planning activities for the Department of Transportation (Caltrans) across the State.  VRPA and its subconsultants worked together with Caltrans Headquarters and various Caltrans Districts to prepare public engagement task and cost proposals for transportation planning and engineering projects and carrying out the tasks outlined.  Efforts included the SR 99 Soundwall Project, State Route 20 Aesthetic Corridor Master Plan, the I-5/SR 99 Goods Movement and Truck Corridor Study, the SR 255 Engineered Feasibility Study, the US 101/Broadway Engineered Feasibility Study, the Pacific Coast Bikeway Plan in Mendocino County, the SR 12 Corridor Study, the Housing Siting, Air Quality and Health Roundtable, the California Household Travel Survey, the California Freight Mobility Plan Focused Group Outreach, the Transportation Planning and Programming Public Outreach Activities Phases I & II, Capital City Freeway (E Street) Transition Lane Project, District 12 Managed Lanes Feasibility Study/Project Study Report – Project Development Support Public Participation Plan and Early Outreach Activities, State Route 9 Planning in Santa Clara County, State Route 1 Scott Creek Lagoon Restoration and Bridge Replacement Project Phase I Stakeholder Engagement, and the Strategic Working Sessions on MAP 21 Performance Measures and Implementation   The project was a 2.5 year effort which ended in February 2014.