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Caltrans Sustainability


The Caltrans Sustainability program is responsible for the tracking, monitoring, and management of the implementation of a variety of Action Plans towards Caltrans goals and priorities.

An Update on the 2020-21 Priority Complete Streets Action Plan


The Caltrans Mode Share Action Plan (MSAP) 2.0 is a coordinated effort to identify actions taking place across Caltrans aimed at increasing walking, biking and transit in California.

To help achieve this vision, the MSAP was updated in 2020 to include a new set of high-priority actions around complete streets for 2020-21. With both existing and new actions, Caltrans is working to fund and implement active transportation infrastructure that advances active modes.

One of the actions.. - Learn about the District-level Caltrans Active Transportation (CAT) Plans in the update below.

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An Update on the Zero-Emission Vehicle Action Plan 2.0


The Caltrans Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Action Plan 2.0 was released in March 2021 to guide Caltrans efforts by identifying actions that will assist in meeting the state’s ZEV targets, including the goal of 30 million ZEVs on California's roads by 2030.

Because Caltrans owns and operates the largest vehicle fleet of any state department in California and is the steward of the state highway system, we play a critical role in supporting the state's transition to ZEVs.

An update to our 2018 Action Plan, this plan aligns with the newly released California ZEV Market Development Strategy and guides the Department's ZEV work regarding ZEV policies and actions.

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Look out for our next update on the Complete Streets Action Plan and ZEV Action Plan!

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Questions? Contact Shelby McMichael.