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|2020-05-15May 15, 2020
The California Transportation Commission met on May 13, 2020, and approved the State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) for 2020. This is the first ever SHOPP that is entirely based on performance and focused outcomes.
|2020-05-09May 9, 2020
In order to maintain our status as a self-help county and deliver critical transportation projects, the SCTA is considering a sales tax extension for the November 2020 ballot. RFP: Water Upgrades $ave Program Operator The new BayREN Water Upgrades $ave program helps Bay Area water customers install water efficiency upgrades — with no upfront cost. As the program is we getting ready to launch, RCPA is seeking a Program Operator. The SCTA Board will also vote on funding for transportation projects that reduce air pollution as well as funding for bike and pedestrian projects. Board Members will be video-conferencing into the Board of Directors Meeting via Zoom. Members of the public who wish to listen to the Board of Directors meeting may do so via the following platform. Read more to get the link.
|2020-03-20Mar 20, 2020
In response to changes in ridership demand resulting from what are now, statewide Shelter in Place orders, the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) District is making additional changes to its train service schedule. SMART is committed to serving riders who rely on public transit to conduct essential business and access vital resources such as healthcare, pharmacies and grocery stores.
|2020-02-26Feb 26, 2020
Transportation is the single biggest source of GHG emissions. By shifting to low carbon transportation modes, we can prevent millions of pounds of emissions annually. SMART is a green commute alternative to the one-person-in-one-car model of sitting in tra_c idling on the Hwy 101 corridor, emitting tons of GHGs. The 1.72 million people who have ridden on SMART prevented 8.1 million pounds of CO2 emissions, compared to the same trip in a car.
|2020-02-12Feb 12, 2020
A NO vote on Measure I will give voters time to see if SMART can perform better than it has so far. SMART says they’re new and need time. Let’s give it to them by voting NO on Measure I and asking them to return in a few years when we know more about their performance, and we’ve had time to decide.
|2020-01-29Jan 29, 2020
“In the 2016-2020 AAA Community Report, 57% of Sonoma County older adults and persons with disabilities stated they are concerned about access to local transportation,” says County of Sonoma Adult and Aging Division Director Paul Dunaway. From January-March 2020, the AAA will host several discussion groups throughout the County under a grant from the state Department of Transportation, Caltrans, to study how well local transportation systems serve older adults age 60+ and residents with disabilities.
|2019-12-25Dec 25, 2019
At Stage 1, Once a federal disaster declaration is made, the County meets with FEMA and Cal OES to determine scope of damage, address application procedures, requirements for eligibility and documentation, project planning, and funding options. Followed by Stage 2; site visits, Stage 3; design and Stage 4; engineering and construction.
|2019-12-10Dec 10, 2019
How easy is it for older adults and residents with disabilities to get around in Sonoma County? How often do they forgo important trips because they lack transportation? What are the local transportation challenges, successes and gaps in services? Older adults and residents with disabilities are invited to discuss these questions and share their experiences, adding their input to the Sonoma County Connected Communities Transportation Study. The conversation will be Friday, January 10, 1-3 p.m., at the CLSD Bill Platt Training Room, 38901 Ocean Drive, Gualala.
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