Go Sonoma Transportation Sales Tax Measure
The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) manages a ¼-cent sales tax – known as Measure M – to help fund critical transportation infrastructure projects and transit operations. The measure is set to expire in 2024 and the SCTA has decided to seek voter approval this November to extend the measure 20 years.
New transportation investment is needed in our community. Without it, we will experience more traffic, increased greenhouse gas emissions, and poorly maintained streets that lead to time away from our family and friends, bad air quality, increased costs for car maintenance, and impacts to our climate.
This plan, Go Sonoma, benefits everyone who lives and works in Sonoma County. Through a public process we have developed a plan that shows how we will fix local streets, improve transportation corridors, increase bus transit service, and improve safety for cyclists, pedestrians and drivers.
Provides $10M each year to pave roads – doubling the amount of local funds.
Ensures no delay in getting projects ready to go for construction.
Provides opportunity for public projects to create good, local jobs.
Requires Cities and County to maintain the same level of local money they currently spend on transportation.
|Bike and Walk|
More than quadruples local funding for bike and pedestrian projects.
Requires road projects to include bike and pedestrian elements.
Requires projects to use best practices for bikeway design.
Dedicates funds to improve alternatives to cars and fight climate change.
Dedicates funds to travel demand programs for alternatives to single occupant cars.
Requires paving projects to consider methods that reduce GHG emissions.
More than doubles the amount of local money going to local bus service.
Dedicates funds to first/last mile connections for public transit.
Dedicates funds to fare free transit for students and seniors.
Urges use of technology to ensure safety and reliability, not just infrastructure.
Go Sonoma Funds by Category
Annual Pothole Fund
(Population / Road Mile)
|Estimated Annual Sales Tax Funding|
Annual Transit Agency Funding
|Operators||Maintain and Expand Service||Reimbursement|
|Petaluma Transit||$582,000||Fare free|
|Santa Rosa CityBus||$1,642,000||rides and|
|Sonoma County Transit||$2,457,000||commuter benefits|
Connecting people and places as we transition our transportation network to zero-emissions by 2050.
Our guiding principles are to improve safety, equity, and quality of life.
Our transportation system should be:
1. Connected and Reliable
Deliver a seamless network that allows people to use a variety of transportation types easily, affordably and dependably.
– Provide a robust and well-coordinated local and regional transit system.
– Create a high-quality bike and pedestrian network.
– Optimize roadway operations to allow efficient movement of people.
– Ensure effective transportation options for youth and older adults.
– Guide innovation to the transportation system.
2. Safe and Well-Maintained
Provide safe and well-maintained transportation infrastructure.
– Employ Vision Zero policies and strategies.
– Use maintenance dollars efficiently and effectively.
– Design infrastructure for all ages and abilities.
– Deploy innovative technologies and best practices.
3. Community Oriented and Place-Based
Implement place-based transportation projects, tailored to urban, suburban, and rural communities, that will improve local mobility.
– Target high-traffic areas with right sized solutions to improve access.
– Focus on strategies that support high density, walkable and transit-oriented communities.
– Prioritize resilient infrastructure in areas at risk for flooding, fire and other environmental challenges.
– Employ Complete Street policies and strategies that support a diversity of uses.
Provide zero-emission transportation opportunities that meet diverse community needs, improve health and enhance quality of life.
– Prioritize transportation funding for zero-emissions strategies.
– Emphasize strategies that incentivize transit and shared mobility.
– Take bold steps to achieve a zero-emission transportation network.
– Support climate-friendly land use practices through ongoing coordination and alignment.
– Implement the Shift Sonoma County Low Carbon Transportation Plan.
TRANSPORTATION PROJECT LIST
Potential projects will be identified and prioritized by each city and the County when a call for projects is issued for the Move Traffic and Improve Safety and Build Bikeways and Pathways programs. Sample projects are included in Moving Forward 2050, our Comprehensive Transportation Plan, found at: scta.ca.gov/2050
The following priority lists for the Move Traffic and Improve Safety program and the Build Bikeways and Pathways program do not guarantee funding for a project. All projects are subject to a competitive process.
Priority List – Move Traffic and Improve Safety
|Sponsor||Project Type||Project Name||Description||Location||Cost ($M)|
|Cloverdale||Roadway Improvements||Cloverdale Downtown Complete Streets Improvement Project||Road surface & improvement project intended to extend the effective service||Multiple: Downtown streets including N. Cloverdale Blvd. from Railroad Ave. to Third Street, Commercial Street and Main Street||$0.6|
|Cloverdale||Roadway Improvements||Cloverdale Neighborhood Streets Reconstruction & Maintenance Pgm||Cloverdale Annual Rehabilitation Program for Local Streets , including slurry seals, seal cracks, asphalt overlays and reconstruction||Citywide||$24.8|
|Cotati||Highway Improvements||Highway 116 Cotati Corridor Improvements||This project is a widening of Highway 116 between US 101 and Stony Point Road, including phased closure of driveway access to 116, the addition of signalized intersections, new bike lanes, and new sidewalk to improve the vehicle LOS, improve the safety of 116 for all modes of transportation, and create safe new corridors for pedestrian and bicyclists. Improvements to this State facility are identified in the adopted Bike and Ped Master Plan, as well as the City's General Plan.||Cotati, from US 101 to Stony Point Road||$15|
|Cotati||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||La Plaza Reunification||Joining of all 4 legs of La Plaza Street around La Plaza Park, and re-routing vehicle and bicycle traffic around La Plaza Park to connections with Old Redwood Highway, West Cotati Avenue, West Sierra Avenue, and East Cotati Avenue. Project would re-create the central town plaza and encourage and activate a pedestrian and bicycle friendly downtown.||Old Redwood Highway @ East Cotati Avenue||$15|
|Cotati||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Old Redwood Hwy rehab - Plaza to Gravenstein Hwy||This project consists of widening Old Redwood Highway for safer bike lanes, sidewalks, and center island medians. Also includes various signal improvements to improve congestion.||Cotati, Old Redwood Highway between La Plaza Park and Highway 116.||$8|
|Cotati||Highway Improvements||US 101/Highway 116 North Bound On-Ramp Improvements||This project is the creation of traditional north bound on-ramp for US 101 at the interchange with Highway 116. Highway 116 currently circulates through city streets to reach the US 101 north bound on-ramp at the intersection of Commerce Boulevard and Old Redwood Highway. This project will create a new leg from the existing US 101 south bound off ramp to provide a safer and more efficient path for traffic on Highway 116.||Cotati, at the US 101 and Highway 116 interchange.||$10|
|Cotati||Highway Improvements||US 101/Railroad Avenue Improvements.||This project is the creation of a new south bound off ramp and north bound on ramp at Railroad Avenue. There continues to be growth outside of Cotati and Pengrove that will exacerbate traffic in both Pengrove and in downtown Cotati, as these are the only options to access US 101. Improvements would include safety improvements on Railroad Avenue from Petaluma Hill to US 101.||Cotati, at the US 101 and West Railroad Avenue interchange. Railroad Ave from Petaluma Hill Road to US 101.||$40|
|Cotati||Highway Improvements||US 101/West Sierra Avenue South Bound Off-Ramp Improvements||This project is the creation of a new south bound off ramp at West Sierra Avenue to improve transportation options for vehicles traveling south bound on US 101 by giving vehicles another option to access the Cotati/ southern Rohnert Park area, and relieving congestion at the US 101/116 interchange. Currently, no other south bound option exists between Highway 116 and Old Redwood Highway in Petaluma.||Cotati, at the US 101 and West Sierra Avenue interchange.||$10|
|Healdsburg||Intersection Improvements||Dry Creek Road Improvements||Reconstruct and partially widen Dry Creek to implement street curbs, sidewalks, enhanced safety pedestrian crossing class 1 pathway and lane reconfiguration; reconstruct and widen north half of Grove St/Dry Creek Rd intersection.||Dry Creek Road: from Healdsburg Avenue intersection to Hwy 101 interchange under-crossing.||$7|
|Healdsburg||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Grove Street Neighborhood Plan Implementation - Complete Streets||Road improvements including curb, gutter, sidewalk, and bike facilities. Complete street project.||Grove Street between Grant Street and Dry Creek Road.||$2.5|
|Healdsburg||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Healdsburg Avenue Complete Street Improvement Powell to N CityLim||Road diet, bicycle facilities, pedestrian improvements, enhanced safety, and streetscape. Complete street project.||Within existing public Right-of-Way, from Powell Avenue to the Northern City Limits.||$9.5|
|Healdsburg||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Healdsburg Avenue-Mill Street Improvements||Reconstruct Healdsburg Avenue to re-align street curbs, reduce number of vehicle lanes, implement parking, landscaped center medians, sidewalks and other pedestrian features. Mill Street reconstruction and partial widening to implement street curbs, sidewalks, and possibly lane reconfiguration.||Healdsburg Avenue: from Mill St/Vine St (5-way intersection) to Exchange Ave. Mill Street: from Healdsburg Ave/Vine St (5-way intersection) to Hwy 101 under-crossing||$2|
|Healdsburg||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Healdsburg Plaza Streetscape Rehabilitation||Streetscape project to improve safety and remove ADA barriers on all walkways within the Healdsburg Plaza extending down Center Street up to and include Police Department frontage.||All walkways within the Healdsburg Plaza extending down Center Street upto and include Police Department frontage||$2.2|
|Healdsburg||Intersection Improvements||US-101 Central Healdsburg Offramp Improvements (Roundabout)||The Northbound 101 offramp crosses Soutbound Healdsburg Avenue (stop sign) creating a unique traffic situation. The Central Healdsburg Area Plan calls for a roundabout at this location.||Northbound US 101 offramp at Central Healdsburg||$10|
|Petaluma||Roadway Improvements||Caulfield Lane Reconstruction||Project includes the reconstruction of Caulfield Lane from Highway 101 to Garfield Drive which will also include the installation of curb ramps, new traffic signal detection cameras and striping.||Caulfield Lane||$4|
|Petaluma||Highway Improvements||D Street Reconstruction||Project includes the reconstruction of D Street from Windsor Drive to Petaluma Boulevard South which will also include the installation of curb ramps, new traffic signal detection cameras and striping.||D Street||$4|
|Petaluma||Roadway Improvements||East Washington Street Reconstruction||Project includes the reconstruction of East Washington Street from Hwy 101 off Ramp to Bodega Avenue which will also include the installation of curb ramps, new traffic signal detection cameras and striping.||D Street||$8|
|Petaluma||Roadway Improvements||Southern Crossing at Caulfield Lane||Construct extension of Caulfield Lane to cross the Petaluma River and terminate at Petaluma Boulevard South||the southern end of the City of Petaluma to cross the Petaluma River||$72|
|Petaluma||ITS & New Technologies||Traffic Signals ITS Upgrades||Project includes the installation of fiber optic interconnect communication, upgrading traffic controllers with adaptive upgrades, advanced detection system for automated traffic signal performance measures and the installation of battery backup systems to create a comprehensive transportation network that is intelligent, scalable, flexible and resilient during a natural disaster.||City of Petaluma||$10|
|Petaluma||Roadway Improvements||Washington Street Bridge Seismic Retrofit||Seismically retrofit the Washington Street bridge||Washington Street over the Petaluma River, between Water Street and Grey Street||$4|
|RCPA||Emission Reduction Technologies||Rural EV Charger Network||Develop a network of EV charging stations on government-owned properties outside of major city centers at locations that may not receive traditional grant funding due to being outside of long-standing cell-coverage zones required for grant-mandated network chargers and/or would require match funding that is currently a barrier for access to grant funding. A methodology developed by the County of Santa Clara Office of Sustainability indicate that non-residential public EV chargers that are available 7 days/week reduce 6.77 MTCO2e/year. https://www.sccgov.org/sites/dnz/Documents/Task-3D-EV-Charging-Stations-as-GHG-Mitigation-Mechanism-under-CEQA_White-Paper.pdf_x000D_|
Location: Identified government-owned locations for 280 charging ports include: Cloverdale Park & Ride, Geyserville Park & Ride, Guerneville Park & Ride, Ragle Ranch Regional Park, Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach Regional Park, Los Guilicos Juneville Hall Facilities, Penngrove Park & Ride, Boyes Hot Springs Park & Ride, Tom Schopflin Fields Regional Park, Cotati Park & Ride #1, Healdsburg Park & Ride, Occidental Community Center, Shiloh Ranch Regional Park, Spring Lake Regional Park Upper Lot Shady Oaks, Taylor Mountain Regional Park, North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park, Maxwell Farm Regional Park, Cotati Park & Ride #2, Spring Lake Regional Park Lower Parking Lot, Sebastopol Park & Ride, Schellville Park & Ride, Occidental Park & Ride East Upper Lot #2, Monte Rio Recreation And Park District, Monte Rio Creekside Park, Helen Putnam Regional Park, Gualala Point Regional Park, Fulton Park & Ride, River Keeper Stewardship Park, Stillwater Cove Regional Park
|Various - see description||$5.9|
|Rohnert Park||Roadway Improvements||Central Rohnert Park PDA - Rohnert Park Expressway Slip Streets||Four slip streets on both sides of Rohnert Park Expressway between Commerce Boulevard and SMART Railway, each consisting of 10' vehicular travel lane, 18' diagonal parking lane, and 8' concrete bike path||Parallel to Rohnert Park Expressway between Commerce Boulevard and State Farm Drive, and State Farm Drive and the SMART Railway.||$3.6|
|Rohnert Park||Roadway Improvements||Central Rohnert Park PDA – Commercial Connector Street Completion||Extension of City Center Drive between State Farm Drive and Commerce Boulevard (currently “Padre Center Parkway”); new street connecting Rohnert Park Expressway to City Center Drive; new street connecting Rohnert Park Expressway; three traffic signals; widening of Commerce Boulevard Bridge over Hinebaugh Creek||Driveway of Padre Park Center between Commerce Boulevard and State Farm Drive, and between State Farm Drive and Hunter Drive, south of Rohnert Park Expressway.||$5.7|
|Rohnert Park||ITS & New Technologies||Citywide Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) Implementation||Implementation of Citywide ATMS at 26 of 38 existing intersections (including cabinet and detection replacement/upgrade; ATMS infrastructure/software, programming) and installation of 6.7 miles of fiber or copper in new interconnect conduit.||Citywide||$5.7|
|Rohnert Park||Roadway Improvements||Redwood Drive Bridge Replacement at Hinebaugh Creek||Redesign and replacement of vehicular bridge||Redwood Drive at Hinebaugh Creek||$10|
|Rohnert Park||Roadway Improvements||Southwest Boulevard Corridor Improvements||Overlay and reconstruction of Southwest Boulevard and complete streets implementation as well as streetscape and urban design improvements to encourage bicycle and pedestrian use while accommodating vehicular traffic.||Bodway Parkway, between Valley House Drive and East Railroad Avenue||$2.2|
|Rohnert Park||Roadway Improvements||State Farm Drive Overcrossing||Overcrossing of Highway 101 between State Farm Drive and Business Park Drive consisting of bridge overpass with two (2) vehicular travel lanes, two (2) unprotected bike lanes, pedestrian access.||Between State Farm Drive/Commerce Boulevard intersection on east side of Highway 101 and Business Park Drive/Redwood Drive intersection west of Highway 101||$17|
|Santa Rosa||Roadway Improvements||Chanate Road - Resiliency Corridor||The scope of this project includes:Fire evacuation route (Mendocino Avenue to Parker Hill Road) includes roundabout @ Parker Hill Rd and Chanate Rd and modifying existing median.||Chanate Road from Mendocino Avenue to Parker Hill Road||$12.5|
|Santa Rosa||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Downtown Connectivity to Support Housing Density Intensification||Projects to be determined pending City Council approval early 2020, possible multi modal transportation projects that address climate adaptation, housing intensification and financial stability could include Fourth Street, Sixth Street, Third Street, B Street, Healdsburg Avenue, Mendocino Avenue streetscape. (In addition to the project type selected below the project could include the following components - Bicycle and pedestrian, ITS and new technologies, TDM, transit, intersection improvements).||Within the Downtown Station Area Specific Plan boundary||$25|
|Santa Rosa||Highway Improvements||Fulton Road Interchange @ Hwy 12 - Phase 2||Convert the existing signalized intersection of Fulton Road and Highway 12 into a full interchange (including sidewalks and bike lanes)||Fulton Road Interchange @ Hwy 12||$50|
|Santa Rosa||Highway Improvements||Hwy 101 Corridor Interchange Improvements||Phase 1 - Reconstruct the over crossing and interchange at Hearn Avenue and Highway 101, including the addition of turn lanes, bike lanes and sidewalks. ($28.0 M construction phase) - 2022_x000D_|
Phase 2 - Reconstruct the over crossing and interchange at Mendocino Ave/Hopper Ave and Highway 101, including the addition of turn lanes, bike lanes and sidewalks as part of the recovery and resiliency and financial stability efforts $40.0 M - 2040_x000D_
Phase 3 - Expand bike, pedestrian, transit, and vehicle improvements across Hwy 101 in south Santa Rosa at Bellevue Avenue and Highway 101 so that mobility options are available to all south Santa Rosa neighborhoods, an under served area, and encourage a healthy climate for business and growth. $30.0 M - 2040
|Hearn Ave, Mendocino Ave/Hopper Ave, Bellevue Ave,interchanges @ Hwy 101||$98|
|Santa Rosa||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Southeast Santa Rosa Multi Modal Resiliency Corridor Enhancement - Road||Phase 2 - Improve and widen Yolanda Avenue between Petaluma Hill Road and Santa Rosa Avenue including 2 travel lanes in the westbound direction and one travel lane in the eastbound direction with a center two way left turn lane, adding bike lanes and sidewalks. ($20.0 M) - 2035|
Phase 3 - Construct Farmers Lane from Bennett Valley Road and Farmers Lane to Petaluma Hill Road at Yolanda Avenue. The project will include sidewalks, bike lanes, transit route and serve as an evacuation route. ($46.0 M) - 2030
|Farmers Lane between the intersection of Bennett Valley Road and Farmers Lane and the intersection of Petaluma Hill Road and Yolanda Avenue, Yolanda Avenue between Petaluma Hill Road and Santa Rosa Avenue, Fourth Street at Farmers Lane and Taylor Mountain Regional Park Trail parallel to Farmers Lane||$66|
|SCTA||Highway Improvements||Highways 116 and 121 Intersection Improvements||Intersection improvements will install a roundabout to reduce congestion and improve facilities for bicycles and pedestrians.||At the intersection of highways 116, 121, and Bonneau Road in Sonoma County southwest of the Sonoma.||$22|
|Sebastopol||Roadway Improvements||Bodega Corridor Project||Repaving, add bike lanes, 3 sidewalk gap closures, roadway widening, shoulder stabilizing||Bodega Avenue between High St & Pleasant Hill Rd||$5|
|Sonoma||Intersection Improvements||Intersection Improvements at West Spain St. and Fifth St. West||Improve this 4-way Stop intersection currently operating at LOS E.||At the intersection of West Spain St. and Fifth St. West.||$2|
|Sonoma||Roadway Improvements||Safety Improvements at Fifth St. West||Resolve Safety problem primarily at the intersection of Fifth St. West and Studley St. and Safeway egress.||On Fifth St. West between West Napa St. and Oregon St.||$3|
|Sonoma County||Roadway Improvements||8th Street East Corridor Improvements 1-3: Summary||Intersection improvements at Hwy 121 and 8th St East including new traffic signal, widening 8th St East between Napa Road and Napa Street, Sonoma Schellville Trail from Napa Road to Napa Street paralleling 8th St E along Railroad Right of Way |
(Note: this project is a combination of 3 existing projects on the list; 1. 8th Street East/Hwy 121 Signalization 2. 8th Street East widening Napa Rd to Napa St 3. Sonoma/Schellville Trail)
|East of Sonoma||-|
|Sonoma County||Roadway Improvements||8th Street East Corridor Improvements 2: Napa Rd. to Napa St.||8th Street East widening Napa Rd to Napa Street||Napa Rd. to Napa St.||$4|
|Sonoma County||Intersection Improvements||8th Street East Corridor Improvements 3: Hwy 121 @ 8th St East||Install traffic signal system on Route 121 and improve channelization at 8th Street||Hwy 121 @ 8th Street East||$4|
|Sonoma County||Roadway Improvements||Airport Boulevard Widening Ordiance Road and Aviation Boulevard||This is Phase 1. 2) widens Brickway to LaughlinRd; 3) widens Airport Blvd between ORH and US 101; 4) Airport Blvd I/C #22191; 5) Widens Laughlin Rd to 2 lanes, controls at River Rd.||Airport Blvd.||$50|
|Sonoma County||Intersection Improvements||Arnold/Madrone Intersection Improvements||Signalization & Intersection Improvements||Arnold @ Madrone||$2|
|Sonoma County||Intersection Improvements||Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements 1-4: Summary||Intersection improvements at Hwy 116, intersection improvements at River Road, shoulder widening on Mirabel Road between Hwy 116 and River Road for Class II bike lanes and West County Trail Extension connecting downtown Forestville to Forestville Youth Park, (Note: this project is a combination of 4 existing projects on the list; 1.Mirabel Road and Route 116 signalization and channelization 2.River/Mirabel intersection improvements 3.Mirabel Road improvements 4. West County Trail Extension)||Forestville||-|
|Sonoma County||Intersection Improvements||Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements 3: River Rd @ Mirabel||Signalization or Roundabout & intersection improvements||River Rd @ Mirabel||$3.6|
|Sonoma County||Intersection Improvements||Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements 4: Hwy 116 at Mirabel Rd||Construct roundabout at current intersection controlled by single stop sign.||Hwy 116 at Mirabel Rd||$24.2|
|Sonoma County||Intersection Improvements||Railroad Ave Improvements||Signalization and intersection improvements||at Old Redwood Hwy & at Petaluma Hill Road||$4|
|Sonoma County||Roadway Improvements||River Road Widening - Fulton to Old Redwood Hwy||River Rd/Mark West Springs – construct 2 additional lanes from Fulton to Old Redwood Hwy.||River Rd. - Fulton to Mark West Springs Rd||$7|
|Sonoma County||Roadway Improvements||Todd Road Reconstruction||Widen Todd Road to include General Plan requirements - reconstruct from Stony Point Road to Llano Road extend east to Petaluma Hill Road||Unicorporated County||$30|
|Windsor||Highway Improvements||Arata Lane Interchange Phase 2B NB On-ramp (CIP FY 2016-2017)||Construction of the Northbound on-ramp to US 101 will compelte the Arata Lane interchange with US 101. This proejct also includes the relocation of a portion of Los Amigos Road north of Arata Lane. Rights of way have been obtained in prior phases.||Arata Lane interchange Northbound on-ramp||$4|
|Windsor||Highway Improvements||Shiloh Road Interchange Reconstruction||Reconstruct the Shiloh Road/US 101 interchange to provide two lanes in each direction. It is anticipated that the existing overcrossing will be replaced and ramps reconfigured. It is expected that 60 percent of project costs will come from federal, state, or regional funds.||Shiloh Road/US 101 interchange||$45|
|Windsor||Highway Improvements||US 101 Overcrossing of Arata Lane||Replace the US 101 overcrossing of Arata Lane to provide lane capacity and enhanced bicycle and pedestrian facilities, including sidewalks. It is expected that 60 percent of project costs will come from federal, state, or regional funds.||US 101 Overcrossing of Arata Lane||$18|
Priority List – Bikeways and Pathways
|Sponsor||Project Type||Project Name||Description||Location||Cost ($M)|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Citrus Fair Drive Greenway Project||Complete bike & pedestrian connection from SMART Transit Center to Tarmen Neighborhood and South Cloverdale Blvd.||Citrus Fair Drive from South Cloverdale Blvd to Asti Road||$1.4|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Cloverdale River Trail Extension||Complete bike and pedestrian paths along Crocker Road/First Street connecting River Road and the Cloverdale River Trail and Cloverdale Blvd.||River Rd @ Crocker Rd to Great Redwood Trail and Cloverdale Blvd. at First Street||$1.9|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||North Cloverdale Gateway Project||Complete bike and pedestrian enhancement on North Cloverdale Blvd. from the Highway 128 intersection to North Street.||North Cloverdale Blvd. from the Highway 128 intersection to North Street.||$1.5|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Sidewalk & bike lane completion on Cloverdale Blvd.||Construct new sidewalks, pedestrian bridges and bike lanes along both sides of Cloverdale Blvd.||Cloverdale Blvd from northern City Limit to southern City Limit.||$2|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Sidewalk improvements & traffic calming||Construct sidewalk bulb-outs and improve crossswalks on Cloverdale Blvd. from Lake Street to Franklin Street||Cloverdale Blvd from Lake Street to Franklin Street||$0.8|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||South Cloverdale Gateway Project||Complete bike and pedestrian enhancements at the South Cloverdale Blvd./Highway 101 overcrossing||South Cloverdale Blvd./Highway 101 overcrossing||$5|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||South Cloverdale River Trail||Complete bike and pedestrian paths creating the South Cloverdale River Trail (Asti Road and river frontage) connecting to the Great Redwood Trail & Cloverdale Airport.||Asti Road and river frontage from Crocker Road/First Street to Cloverdale Airport||$0.5|
|Cloverdale||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||South Downtown Multimodal Enhancement Project||Construct "Complete Streets" bike & pedestrian facilities by expanding sidewalks, constructing new curb ramps, adding crosswalks and bike lanes||South Cloverdale Blvd between Lake Street and Franklin Street||$2.5|
|Cotati||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||West Cotati Avenue Sidewalks||Closing key gaps in sidewalk between 116 (site of significant pending commercial/residential development) and a key east/west pedestrian cooridor under US 101 at Clifford, including a school connection to Thomas Page Academy on West Cotati Avenue.||Hwy 116 to Clifford Avenue, West School Street from Richardson to Clifford Avenue.||$1.6|
|Healdsburg||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||ADA Upgrades||Sidewalk repair, gap closures, and ramp upgrades.||City-wide||$8|
|Healdsburg||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Foss Creek Pathway Class II||Class 2 (Bike Lanes)||Healdsburg Ave. Northern City Limits to Grove St./Healdsburg Ave. Intersection||$1.3|
|Healdsburg||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Foss Creek Segments 9 & 10||Construction of Class 1 pathway (ped and bike)||From terminus of Segment 8 at the intersection of Grove and HBG Ave to the City Limit||$3.5|
|Petaluma||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Citywide safety, bicycle and pedestrian improvements||Petaluma||$10|
|Petaluma||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Lynch Creek Trail Rehabilitation||Project includes the reconstruction of Lynch Creek Trail which includes a 10' wide concrete multi use trail, signing striping and new lighting||Lynch Creek Trail from Prince Park to the Petaluma River||$7|
|Petaluma||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Petaluma River Trail||Construct a multi-use bicycle and pedestrian path from shollenber Park to the NWP trail at the petluma River including path and under the SMART rail line and Highway 101||Shollenberger Park to the NWP trail at the petluma River including path and under the SMART rail line and Highway 101||$15|
|RCPA||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Signage Program||Develop and implement a countywide bicycle and pedestrian signage program based on recommendations in the SCTA Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, 2014 Update. Program would facilitate and encourage bike/ped access to/from major centers of activity (SMART, transit hubs, employment centers, shopping centers, schools).||Countywide||$0.5|
|Rohnert Park||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Central Rohnert Park PDA Complete Streets Improvements||Various improvements within the Central Rohnert Park Priority Development Area to improve active and multi-modal transportation, including but not limited to: enhanced pedestrian/bike crossings or infrastructure (over- or under-crossings or bridges) at arterials and/or the SMART rail line; traffic calming devices; traffic signal detection and/or ped/bike actuation; median, sidewalk, curb and gutter improvements including bulbouts, pedestrian safety islands; striping and pavement markings; street furniture and amenities including bike storage; bus stop amenities; wayfinding signage.||Various locations in Central Rohnert Park PDA, bounded by Highway 101 on the west, SMART railroad on the east, and Avram Avenue on the south||$6|
|Rohnert Park||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Enhanced Bike/Pedestrian Crossings at NWP Railroad||Enhanced Bike/Pedestrian Crossings at NWP Railroad||Intersection of NWP Railroad (SMART Rail) at Southwest Boulevard, Rohnert Park Expressway, Hinebaugh Creek, and Golf Course Drive||$2|
|Rohnert Park||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Highway 101 Bicycle/Pedestrian Crossing||Bike/pedestrian bridge crossing of Highway 101, location to be determined through Measure M funded feasibility study||TBD||$7|
|Rohnert Park||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Trail to Crane Creek Regional Park||Construction of a multi-use trail connecting Water Tank No. 8 service road east of Petaluma Hill Road to Crane Creek Regional Park.||Water Tank #8 Service Road to Crane Creek Regional Park||$2.9|
|Santa Rosa||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects 1st Phase - Plan Update||Construct bicycle and pedestrian projects based on the results of the studies conducted in the Climate Adaptation, Technology and Innovative Solutions (Transportation Initiatives) programmatic project implementing Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan priorities||Citywide, such as Fourth St/College Ave, Stony Point Rd, Northeast connections and Roseland Creek trail.||$6|
|Santa Rosa||ITS & New Technologies||Climate Adaptation Technology Innovation Transport Initiatives||Programmatic efforts to address Climate adaptation - Improve transit corridor efficiency reducing per-trip travel time and per-capita CO2 emissions. Continue to implement emission reduction technologies to improve the flow of traffic and adapt to emerging technology related to mobility options (autonomous vehicles) with the deployment of ITS technology, upgraded signal controllers. Complete First Phase active transportation corridor studies identified in the Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Update 2018 (BPMPU 2018) Implement Short term Implementation goals identified in the BPMPU 2018, such as Vision Zero, safe routes to school, first & last mile connections to transit & rail, regional bike share, bike & pedestrian safety & education activities. Ongoing programs to support these transportation initiatives. This project also includes intersection improvements, transit improvements, bicycle and pedestrians facilities and emission reduction technologies. Total cost estimate ~ $6.5||Corridors and intersections throughout the city, citywide programs||$6.5|
|Santa Rosa||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||East West Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections||Phase 1 - This project proposes to construct a bicycle and pedestrian overcrossing of US Highway 101 in northern Santa Rosa, connecting the Mendocino Avenue high-frequency transit corridor and Santa Rosa Junior College Campus with the Coddingtown Transit Hub and North Santa Rosa SMART Station area. This project has been identified as a high-priority project in City public engagement and planning processes for the past 25 years, and since 2010 substantial work has been completed to move the project forward towards the construction phase, including completion of a Caltrans Project Initiation Document (PID) and funding of the environmental and design phases of the project. With the 2017 initiation of SMART rail service to the North Santa Rosa Station within ½ mile of the proposed overcrossing, and concurrent improvement of Santa Rosa CityBus bus service to the Mendocino Avenue Corridor and Coddingtown Transit Hub, this overcrossing has grown in importance for connecting bicyclists and pedestrians with important transit facilities to the east and west of US 101 in Santa Rosa. ($14.0 M)- 2022_x000D_|
Phase 2 - Construct a bike and pedestrian at grade crossing at Jennings Avenue @ SMART ($5.0 M) - 2025_x000D_
Phase 3 - Install bike lanes on Steele Lane/Guerneville Road ($5.0 M) - 2030
|Bicycle and Pedestrian bridge over Highway 101 connecting SMART station and Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC), Jennings Avenue crossing at SMART, bicycle lane gap closures on Guerneville Road/Steele Lane||$24|
|Santa Rosa||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Southeast Greenway Multi Use Path and Crossings||Provide continuous pedestrian, bicycle, and non-motorized transportation connections from Spring Lake Regional Park to Farmers Lane and links to downtown Santa Rosa, surrounding neighborhoods and schools, and the regional trail system. This project could also include multimodal streetscape improvements at crossings.||The proposed project would result in a multi use pathway and crossings within the 57-acre area that spans a 1.9-mile linear path from Farmers Lane/State Route (SR) 12 to Spring Lake Regional Park.||$20|
|Santa Rosa||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Southeast Santa Rosa Multi Modal Resiliency Corridor Enhancement - Bike/Ped||Phase 1 - Pedestrian and bicycle enhancements and safety enhancements at 4th Street and Hwy 12/Farmers Lane. ($8.0 M) - 2030|
Phase 4 - Construct a shared use bike and pedestrian path (Taylor Mountain Regional Park Trail) from Bennett Valley Road/Farmers Lane to Petaluma Hill Road/Yolanda Avenue ($10.0 M) - 2045
|Farmers Lane between the intersection of Bennett Valley Road and Farmers Lane and the intersection of Petaluma Hill Road and Yolanda Avenue, Yolanda Avenue between Petaluma Hill Road and Santa Rosa Avenue, Fourth Street at Farmers Lane and Taylor Mountain Regional Park Trail parallel to Farmers Lane||$18|
|SCTA||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Countywide Expansion of Micromobility and first/last mile||Expand Bikeshare and other shared micromobility to all communities in Sonoma County. Includes the development of a comprehensive micro-mobility strategy to increase access to clean, affordable, reliable transportation options for rural communities in Sonoma County. Research best practices and emerging trends in micro-mobility; identify potential solutions for different place types (small city; large city; etc.); identify implementation resources (funding, expertise, etc.).||Sonoma countywide||$90|
|SCTA||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Safe Routes to School||Safe Routes to School - 60 school locations in Sonoma County||60 Schools in Sonoma County||$26|
|Sebastopol||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Alternate West Route to Sebastopol||Improve a west side routing to connect SR 116 south of Sebastopol with Bodega Highway west of Sebastopol utilizing a number of alternate routes such as Pleasant Hill Road, Bloomfield Road, and possibly others||$5|
|Sebastopol||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||West Sebastopol Active Transport Plan||Bodega Ave - Ragle Road - Mill Station Road: Bicycle and pedestrian access - west route||Sebastopol and unincorporated county||$8.3|
|Sonoma||Multimodal Streetscape Improvements||Citywide safety, bicycle and pedestrian improvements||$2|
|Sonoma County||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||8th Street East Corridor Improvements 1: Sonoma/Schellville Trail||Connects the City of Sonoma bike path to the Sonoma County Bay Trail. Follows the abandoned railroad right of way. Regional Network||Sonoma City Limits to Dale Ave.||$7|
|Sonoma County||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Bodega Bay Trail||Provides a 3 mile long Class I bike path alternative to Highway 1. 1.1 miles have been completed from Keefe Avenue to the Bodega Bay Community Center. The County will complete the remaining 1.9 miles.||Parallels the Highway 1 corridor starting at Keefe Avenue and ending the County's Birdwalk Coastal Access Trail||$7.7|
|Sonoma County||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements 1: West County Trail Extension||Connects downtown Forestville with Forestville Youth Park||Pajaro Lane to Forestville Youth Park||$3|
|Sonoma County||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Mirabel Road Corridor Improvements 2: River Rd. to Hwy 116||Widening for pedestrian & bike facilities||River Rd. to Hwy 116||$12.1|
|Sonoma County||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Russian River Trail||Regional Class I bike path along the middle and lower reach of the Russian River. The approximate length is 23 miles.||Healdsburg city limits to Highway 1||$27|
|Sonoma County||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Sonoma Valley Trail (aka Central Sonoma Valley Trail)||Provides a 13.80 mile long Class I bike path alternative to Highway 12 between Santa Rosa and Sonoma. 0.42 miles have been completed. The County will complete the remaining 13.38 miles.||Along the Highway 12 corridor from Santa Rosa city limits to Sonoma city limits||$26|
|Windsor||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Downtown Ped & Bike Crossing of US 101 Phase 1 - Underpass Widen||Improving existing US 101 underpass by widening the space under US 101 using new tie-back walls and adding Class I paths with protected two-way bike lanes and widened pedestrian paths. Improvements also include new lighting, landscaping, color and artwork.||Old Redwood Highway from US 101 NB on-ramp to Conde Lane||$7|
|Windsor||Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities||Downtown Ped & Bike Crossing of US 101 Phase 2 - Overcrossing||Improving east and west connectivity of central Windsor with a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge over crossing US 101 with touchdown areas at each end of the bridge.||Los Amigos Road to Old Redwood Highway over US 101||$16.6|
Presentations on Go Sonoma are scheduled for each jursidiction in Sonoma County. Get materials from past meetings and learn about upcoming meetings below:
|6/1/2020||Sonoma||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/9/2020||County of Sonoma||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/9/2020||Rohnert Park||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/9/2020||Cotati||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/10/2020||Cloverdale||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/15/2020||Petaluma||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/16/2020||Santa Rosa||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/16/2020||Sebastopol||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/17/2020||Windsor||Presentation, Info Sheet|
|6/22/2020||Healdsburg||Presentation, Info Sheet|