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

  • SCTA Funding Program Survey

    SCTA is currently gathering feedback about the projects proposed for funding in our latest program, how they might affect community members, how the public might benefit from these projects and if further elements or different projects should be considered. If you would like to provide input on these projects or suggest other transportation projects that should be funding in Sonoma County, please take our Funding Program Survey.

  • TIRCP Press Release

    SCTA is pleased to announce the arrival of $25 million in state funding through the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP). The awarded grant includes funding for a second SMART station in Petaluma, thirty new all-electric buses that will operate throughout the county, bus charging infrastructure, and connectivity to Mendocino County Transit.

    The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) led the successful effort in partnership with Petaluma Transit, Santa Rosa CityBus, Sonoma County Transit, the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) District, and the Mendocino Transit Authority.

    Please see the TIRCP Press Release for more information.

  • SCTA has joined nearly 1,500 businesses as the newest Bronze Bicycle Friendly Business! Learn more from @BikeLeague about how #BikesMeanBusiness: bikeleague.org/business

  • Vision Zero Action Plan

    Vision Zero is a project that focuses on action-oriented strategies to reduce serious injuries and fatalities caused by traffic collisions, and improving health, quality of life and economic vitality, particularly for low-income and disadvantaged communities. In February 2022, the Vision Zero Action Plan was presented to Sonoma County residents for feedback. View the Draft Vision Zero Action Plan here.

SCTA Request for Qualifications
Ending Traffic Deaths by 2030
Committees and Board meetings
Updates on Highway 37
Comprehensive Transportation Plan
Call for Projects (FY23-FY27)

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.