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US 50 Integrated Corridor Management – Sacramento Region

City of Rancho Cordova

June 9, 2017

Mr. Amajeet Benipal
California Department of Transportation, District 3
703 B Street
Marysville, CA 95901

Re: Support for US 50 Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Deployment Project

Dear Mr. Benipal:

I am writing you on behalf of the City of Rancho Cordova to state our support for the US 50 ICM Deployment Project. ICM maximizes existing resources and helps agencies come together to implement solutions that benefit the broader region and have bigger impacts than one agency acting alone. Through improved collaboration, proactive system management, and advanced technologies, ICM will contribute to a more integrated and efficient multimodal transportation system.

The cities, counties, and regional agencies along US 50, in partnership with Caltrans, have made significant progress on the US 50 corridor. In 2014 and 2015, staff from our agency participated in the development of the Caltrans District 3 Regional Concept of 50 corridor. the US 50 ICM Deployment project is the next step to build on what has been already been done so far between our agencies.

The partnership based US 50 ICM Deployment project will lay out a strategy to utilize the latest technologies and industry practices to improve multi-modal mobility for the entire corridor. Information, findings, and consensus gained from the Plan will be heavily utilized by corridor stakeholders during subsequent phases of the US 50 ICM deployment process. The Plan will provide our agency with a list of improvements and next steps that will help achieve the chosen US 50 ICM strategy.

The City of Rancho Cordova is committed to improving the operation and management of the US 50 corridor. As a partner, on this project, the City of Rancho Cordova is committed to:

  • Attend and be a active participant on the team responsible for developing and implementing the US 50 ICM Deployment project
  • Provide and share needed data and information
  • Complete timely reviews and comments on key deliverables
  • Evaluate and pursue local, regional, and federal funding opportunities to advance ICM along the US 50 corridor

As one of the next steps of the ICM deployment process, we understand a Charter will need to be created to formalize commitment to ICM on the US 50 corridor. The Charter will outline details of the ICM, and the roles and responsibilities for each stakeholder agency. the City of Rancho Cordova requests to be an active participant in the development of this Charter.

As one of the many key agencies who have an interest in the US 50 Corridor, our staff is dedicated to partnering with Caltrans and other corridor stakeholders to participate and contribute to this important project.



Albert Stricker
Public Works Director
City of Rancho Cordova

June 9, 2017

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