Business Plan

    SJJPA Business Plan

    In order to take over the administrative responsibilities of the San Joaquin rail service, the SJJPA must develop and approve a Business Plan to be included and referenced as part of the Interagency Transfer Agreement (ITA).  Starting with this Business Plan, it is now required to be submitted to the Secretary of CalSTA in draft form by April 1, 2017, and final form by June 15, 2017, to allow Amtrak time to finalize operating cost estimates.
    At the January 27, 2017 SJJPA Board Meeting the SJJPA approved a Draft Business Plan Outline, which is included a list of chapters and key changes.  The Draft 2017 SJJPA Business Plan was presented at the March 24, 2017 SJJPA Business Plan Update was presented at the May 26, 2017 SJJPA Board Meeting, and was adopted.
    As specified in AB 1779, the business plan shall include a report on the recent as well as historical performance of the corridor service, an overall operating plan including proposed service enhancements to increase ridership and provide for increased traveler demands in the corridor for the upcoming year, short-term and long-term capital improvement programs, funding requirements for the upcoming fiscal year, and an action plan with specific performance goals and objections.  The business plan shall document service improvements (rail and thruway/connecting bus) to provide the planned level of service, inclusion of operating plans to serve peak period work trips, and consideration of other service expansions and enhancements.  
    Please review the 2017 Business Plan Chapters (including the Executive Summary) attached below.

    Executive Summary

    1. Introduction
    2. Outreach & Approval Process
    3. Historical Performance of the Service
    4. Integration of San Joaquin Rail Service with High-Speed Rail
    5. Trains/Equipment
    6. Operating Plan
    7. Capital Improvement Programs
    8. Action Plan & Performance
    9. Establishment of Fares
    10. Service Amenities
    11. Marketing and Outreach
    12. Advocacy
    13. Annual Funding Requirement
    14. Separation of Funding
    15. Service Expansion
    16. Roles and Responsibilities:  Caltrans DOR and SJJPA
    17. Safety and Security
    18. Station Area Development

    If you have any questions please call Dan Leavitt at (209) 944-6266.