The SCTA helps to fund and deliver transportation projects throughout Sonoma County. This work involves highways, roads, public transit and active transportation - like biking and walking. In addition to our local transportation sales tax - Measure M - the SCTA works with local, regional, State and federal partners to make sure the most important projects get done .
The SCTA helps to deliver transportation projects throughout Sonoma County. This work involves highways, roads, public transit and active transportation – like biking and walking. Measure M, a ¼ cent countywide sales tax, is an important source of funding that has helped a number of projects. See Measure M for more detail on those projects.
Sonoma County has 250 miles of state roads, including Highways 1, 12, 37, 101, 116, 121 and 128. Marinating these highways in vital to keep Sonoma County communities connected and thriving. Read more.
There are over 2,300 lane miles of city streets and county roads in Sonoma County. Road maintenance and improvements require significant funding and planning. Read more.
In Sonoma County public transportation services are operated to provide a viable alternative to the private automobile. Fixed-route services are available in all Sonoma County cities, and there are connections between cities through the unincorporated areas. Rail service will begin in late 2016. Read more.
Bike and Walk
The transportation system of Sonoma County includes facilities for bicyclists and pedestrians. These active transportation modes are important because they offer people alternatives to driving, which can reduce traffic congestion, air pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions. Read more.
The SCTA is working on a number of transportation-related projects using new ideas to meet Sonoma County’s evolving needs. These include planning for electric vehicles, diversifying modes of travel, and introducing share mobility services. Read more.
The SCTA mission includes prioritizing, coordinating, and maximizing transportation funding available to Sonoma County. Read more.