January 22, 2019
The goal of a Corridor System Management Plan (CSMP) is to define how a travel corridor is performing, understand why it is performing that way, and recommend system management strategies to address problems within the context of a long-range planning vision. Guided by the system management pyramid, a CSMP seeks to incorporate operational analysis into more traditional transportation planning processes at the corridor level. This is accomplished by conducting comprehensive performance assessments, analysis, and evaluations leading to recommending system management strategies for the corridor.
Each CSMP is developed in concert with, and in consideration of, State, local and regional goals, including, but not limited to, local and regional mobility, transportation system connectivity, regional blueprint planning, context-sensitive transportation solutions, and encouraging the use of alternative transportation modes.
March 9, 2014
The Jepson Parkway Concept Plan encourages the linkage between transportation and land use by developing a multi-modal corridor that supports transit and provides guidelines so the four communities on the parkway can build in an integrated fashion.
January 22, 2019
The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) has awarded STA a $170,000 grant to coordinate the adoption of a standardized collision data program throughout Solano County. This effort will seek to obtain collision reporting software for each police department within Solano County. This software will provide standardized information and geo-coding of collision locations, for easier analysis and planning. The ultimate goal of this program is to be able to identify dangerous intersections or corridors and seek state funding for improvements to these locations. This database is now complete and is currently being used by STA and each of its member agencies.
February 8, 2019
The purpose of this report is to produce a comprehensive description of the condition of Solano County’s local streets and roads pavement rehabilitation efforts, and pavement conditions. Timely investment in roadway preservation can save cities millions of tax dollars in long-term maintenance costs.