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CORE Comments on MTP and SCS Strategy 2035

In December of 2011, CORE submitted comments to the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) in response to its Draft Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities (MTP/SCS) Strategy 2035.  CORE member organizations joined together in support of enhanced equity provisions that address … Continue reading

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Transit Renewal Underway

The Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT) is in the process of developing “TransitRenewal,” a comprehensive operational analysis of the entire RT bus and light rail system that will result in recommendations for transit service improvements over the next five years. … Continue reading

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CORE Transportation and Land Use Planning Principles

The Sustainable Communities Workgroup developed a set of Transportation and Land Use Planning Principles to help guide development of policy for the Sacramento region under the coordination of the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG). SACOG is a national leader … Continue reading

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SCORECARD

The SCORECARD Baseline Report is here. Download your copy by clicking here. The Sacramento Coalition on Regional Equity Collaborative Assessment of Regional Development (SCORECARD) Baseline Regional Report provides an overview of levels and patterns of opportunity and disparity in the … Continue reading

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Project Monitoring and Advocacy

CORE tracks a variety of current and ongoing regional projects and programs, with special attention paid to projects and programs affecting low-income communities and communities of color. By monitoring a variety of projects, CORE is able to take action when … Continue reading

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AGENA – Natural Gas Storage

Sacramento Natural Gas Storage LLC has proposed to store 8 billion cubic feet of compressed natural gas in an existing geologic formation located under the Avondale Glen Elder Neighborhood. Over 90% of the affected residents are people of color and … Continue reading

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