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US 50 Integrated Corridor Management – Sacramento Region

Sacramento Regional Transit

Sacramento Regional Transit


Sacramento Regional
Transit District

A public Transit Agency
and Equal Opportunity Employer

Administrative Offices
1400 29th Street
Sacramento, CA 95816

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 2110
Sacramento, CA 95812-2110

Human Resources
2810 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95816

Customer Service &
Sales Center

Sacramento, CA 95811

Route, Schedule & Fare

916-321-BUSS (2877)
TDD 916-483-HEAR (4327)

Public Transit Since 1973

June 9, 2017

Mr. Ray Zhang
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. Zhang:

This letter is to express Sacramento Regional Transit's support for the Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Initiative Funding grant application that Caltrans is submitting for the US 50 Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Project. US 50 ICM is a collaborative effort in partnership with the cities, counties, and regional agencies along US 50 highway from downtown Sacramento to El Dorado County.

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 partnership based US 50 ICM Project will lay out a strategy to utilize the latest technologies and industry practices to improve multi-modal mobility for the entire corridor. As one of the many key agencies within the US 50 Corridor, we are dedicated to partnering with Caltrans and other corridor stakeholders to contribute to this important project.

The US 50 ICM Project will use technology to assist in the collection, dissemination and use of real-time transportation-related information to reduce congestion and user frustration, improve system reliability and mobility, and provide for more efficient and accessible transportation on the state and local highways, which are key goals for both Caltrans and the Sacramento Area Council of Governments. We hope this initiative will be selected for funding, and thank you for the opportunity to support and partner in this grant application and project.



Neil W. Nance, Sr. P.E.
VP, Strategic Planning and System Development

c: Darryl Abansado, Director, Civil and Track Design
   Sangita Arya, Associate Systems Engineer
   Traci Canfield, Senior Strategic Planner
   Craig Norman, Principal Systems Engineer
   Roger Thorn, Director, Information Technology

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