California Public Utilities Code
The San Diego Association of Governments that includes the area of the board shall be responsible for long-term transportation system planning in that area.
The planning shall be directed to, among other things:
(a) Identification of corridors of travel.
(b) Definition of the transportation problems of each corridor.
(c) Definition of the transportation goals for each corridor.
(d) Definition of land use goals, with the concurrence of affected local jurisdiction, to be supported by transportation investment decisions in each corridor.
(e) Recommendation of priority corridors for guideway development.
(f) Recommendation of the mix of alternative transportation modes appropriate for deployment in light of transportation needs and goals for each corridor.
(g) Recommendation of environmental, economic, energy, and social policies that should guide transportation investment decision within corridors.
With respect to the area under its jurisdiction, the board shall be responsible for operational planning, which includes all planning and monitoring necessary for the operation, implementation, modification, and elimination of public transportation services operated by the board.
Notice of the time and place of the public hearing by the board shall be published pursuant to Section 6061 of the Government Code, and shall be published not later than the 15th day prior to the date of the hearing.
The materials for the public hearing shall be available for public inspection at least 15 days prior to the hearing.