Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP)
Connect the Coastside is the project to develop a Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP) to address cumulative traffic impacts of Midcoast development on Highway 1 & 92.
The CTMP is a requirement of the 2012 Midcoast update of the Local Coastal Program (LCP).
LCP Policy 2.53: "Develop a comprehensive transportation management plan to address the cumulative traffic impacts of residential development, including single-family, two-family, multi-family, and second dwelling units, on roads and highways in the entire Midcoast, including the City of Half Moon Bay. The plan shall be based on the results of an analysis that identifies the total cumulative traffic impact of projected new development at LCP buildout and shall propose specific LCP policies designed to offset the demand for all new vehicle trips generated by new residential development on Highway 1, Highway 92, and relevant local streets, during commuter peak periods and peak recreation periods; and policies for new residential development to mitigate for residential development’s significant adverse cumulative impacts on public access to the beaches of the Midcoast region of San Mateo County.
"The plan shall thoroughly evaluate the feasibility of developing an in-lieu fee traffic mitigation program, the expansion of public transit, including buses and shuttles, and development of a mandatory lot merger program."
Plan Development & Outreach
Mar 2017: Public review of final report (tentative)
2016: Project paused to consider Moss Beach roundabouts.
Mar 2016: Recommended Transportation Improvements
July 2015 Course correction:
Apr 2015 Evaluation of Transportation Alternatives
Dec 2014: Buildout Analysis & Traffic Projections Report
Aug 2014: Introductory presentation at MCC