Keeping Sonoma County Moving

A collaborative agency of the cities and County of Sonoma, we work together to maintain and improve our transportation network.

What’s New

  • Cotati Active Transportation Meeting

    Join us for a workshop on Cotati’s Active Transportation Plan, which is in the process of being updated with new projects and priorities that will guide the development of the city’s bicycle and pedestrian network in the years to come.

    You will have the opportunity to meet with local staff, consultants and advocates who have been working on the plan update and share your feedback and ideas on the current draft map, project list and policy/program recommendations.

    5-7 p.m. Thursday, February 29

    Cotati SMART train depot, 980 E. Cotati Ave.

    Light refreshments will be provided

    This workshop is being presented by the Sonoma County Transportation Authority and the Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition.

    Help build a safer, more bikeable and walkable Cotati!

  • Sonoma Marin Bikeshare Name Survey

    Transportation Authority of Marin and SCTA have partnered to bring a bikeshare program to the North Bay. The program is scheduled to launch in summer 2024 and we want to get your help in choosing a name!

    The proposed Bike Share Pilot Program will bring pedal electric assist bicycles (Class I e-bikes) and approximately 75 parking hubs with wayfinding and advertising signage to sections of Sonoma and Marin counties. The initial system network will also include modular bicycle parking racks for shared bicycles to lock.

    Visit the online bikeshare survey here.

Committees and Board meetings
Measure M Transportation Funding Activities
SCTA & RCPA Activities in 2023
Ending Traffic Deaths by 2030
Updates on Highway 37
Comprehensive Transportation Plan

The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) was created in 1990 and is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors representing each of the nine cities – Cloverdale, Cotati, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma and Windsor – and the Sonoma County board of Supervisors.