Go Sonoma Project Fact Sheets

Sonoma became a self-help county in 2004 when it passed the Traffic Relief Act known as Measure M. In order to maintain our status as a self-help county and deliver critical transportation projects, voters approved Go Sonoma in 2020. With a stable local funding source, the SCTA has been able to secure highly competitive State and federal funds that would not have been possible without a local commitment that gets projects shovel ready.

Project

Sponsor

Estimated Go Sonoma Funding

Cloverdale Sidewalk Completion City of Cloverdale  $500,000
Cloverdale Traffic Calming City of Cloverdale  $700,000
Cotati Sidewalk Gap Closures City of Cotati  $500,000
Healdsburg Grove Street Neighborhood Plan Implementation Plan City of Healdsburg  $283,000
Healdsburg Ward Street Neighborhood Revitalization City of Healdsburg  $1,194,000
Petaluma Lynch Creek Trail City of Petaluma  $1,620,000
Petaluma Caulfield Lane Active Transportation Improvements City of Petaluma  $2,364,000
Petaluma Transit Expansion City of Petaluma  $2,031,000
Sebastopol Bodega Avenue Bike Lanes Phase 2 City of Sebastopol  $2,240,000
Sonoma Citywide Safety Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements City of Sonoma  $1,610,000
Airport Boulevard Widening Laughlin to Ordinance Road Sonoma County Public Infrastructure  $4,500,00
Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements and West County Trail Gap Closures Phase 2 Sonoma County Public Infrastructure  $1,800,000
Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements and West County Trail Gap Closures Phase 3 Sonoma County Public Infrastructure  $600,000
Downtown Pedestrian and Bicycle Crossing of US 101 Phase 1 Town of Windsor  $600,000
Old Redwood Highway Pavement Preservation Program Town of Windsor  $1,540,00