Current Projects & ProgramsAs the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Placer County, PCTPA is constantly working with local jurisdictions and regulatory agencies on projects and programs to improve our regional transportation system. Some of the more prominent efforts we are currently working on are listed below.
- Keep Placer Moving
- I-80/SR 65 Interchange Improvement Project
- State Route 65 Widening
- I-80 Auxiliary Lanes
- Placer Parkway Corridor
- Placer Parkway Phase 1
- Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
- Freeway Service Patrol (FSP)
- Highway 65 Lincoln Bypass
Additional details can be found in PCTPA's Overall Work Program (OWP).
- Keep Placer Moving
The Transportation System and Our Quality of Life
Hear what Gary Allen, District 1 Director for the Placer County Water Agency, thinks about the transportation systems critical role in Placer County’s quality of life.
Public Notice: 2016 Unmet Transit Needs Workshop Schedule
Join PCTPA staff at an upcoming Unmet Transit Needs meeting or share your thoughts on public transit with our on-line survey.
A Spotlight On Major Projects
Take a tour of our region’s key destinations and major planned transportation projects that Keep Placer Moving!
Keep Placer Moving
Learn about the draft plan to maintain and improve Placer County’s transportation infrastructure.
Placer County 2036 Regional Transportation Plan
The PCTPA Board of Directors adopted the 2036 Placer County Regional Transportation Plan and Certified the Environmental Impact Report on February 24, 2016. The documents are available for download.
Bus Pass Subsidy Program
The Bus Pass Subsidy Program could reimburse your agency for up to 75% of the cost of bus passes for medical appointments and public assistance programs. Click the banner to read more about this Placer County program.
Airport Land Use Commission
Now Available: Final Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan, Fee Schedule, and GIS Data.
PCTPA Expands Transportation Assistance to Seniors and Families
The program has expanded coverage to include three new areas.