The San Diego region is home to 18 Native American reservations represented by 17 Tribal Governments, the most in any county in the United States.
The Intraregional Tribal Transportation Strategy (ITTS) is the result of a collaborative effort between SANDAG and the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association (SCTCA) to address tribal transportation needs in the San Diego region effectively and innovatively.
The Strategy is the outcome of assembling existing conditions information and new data collection, as well as regular conversations among tribal leadership, transportation agencies, and other regional stakeholders. The Strategy was completed in 2018 to guide stakeholders so they can advance the transportation goals of tribal communities now and into the future.
The Strategy was updated between April 2021 and March 2022 to reflect current mobility needs and opportunities identified by tribes and the 2021 Regional Plan.
Tribal Governments Taskforce
The Tribal Governments Taskforce meets generally once per quarter, typically the second Wednesday in March, June, September, and December from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at locations throughout San Diego County. For current meeting information and to attend, please contact: Paula Zamudio, firstname.lastname@example.org or Paul La Farga, email@example.com