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Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) & Active Transportation Plan – 2022 Update (v.3)

April 7, 2021 - A brief informational video is now available for viewing:
MCOG Presentation on Regional and Active Transportation Plans - YouTube


March 30, 2021 - MCOG is updating the Mendocino County Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Active Transportation Plan (ATP) and would like to hear from members of the community about transportation needs, deficiencies, and mobility barriers/challenges. Public outreach will be virtual during this initial needs assessment, due to the ongoing pandemic.

Press Release-MCOG Is Updating Regional Transportation Plan 2021-03-30.pdfMCOG 2022 RTP Update flyer 2021-03-30.pdf

Please take the online survey and access interactive tools:


January 25, 2021 - One of MCOG’s duties is to update the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) for Mendocino County every four years. The purpose of the RTP is to identify all types and modes of transportation improvements needed to keep people and goods moving efficiently and safely over the next 20 years. The Active Transportation Plan (ATP) for non-motorized modes is a part of this document.

We are now beginning the 2022 update process, and invite community members and stakeholders to become involved in this update. Your participation is vital to help us identify emerging needs and transportation issues in the region.

The project timeline extends throughout 2021, with the updated RTP/ATP due to be adopted by MCOG by February 5, 2022. With ongoing public health concerns related to COVID 19, public outreach will be conducted virtually with various opportunities for involvement. 

More information and ways to participate will be posted here. To receive updates, click "Join our mailing list" in the main pages of this website.

Contact: Loretta Ellard, Deputy Planner at or 707-234-3434

View the current 2017 RTP through the link below.


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Downtown Gualala in April 2019 - Photo credit J. Orth
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