Tuolumne County Transportation Council

Lead Agency for Transportation Projects and Programs in Tuolumne County

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IMPORTANT NOTICES:


Public Information Meeting/Open House!

James E. Roberts Memorial Bridge Project


2016 RTIP

Adopted December 2015

Notice of Preparation


Special Meeting Agenda!

December 7, 2015


Requests for Proposals for Bulk Fuel and Cardlock Fueling Services

Bulk FuelService
Cardlock Fueling Service


Caltrans and California Transportation Commission Director's Video--Malcolm Dougherty and Will Kempton discuss transportation funding and Road Charge Pilot

Watch Caltrans Director's Video

California Seeks Input and Volunteers for Road Users Charge Pilot Program

Pilot Program Info

Job Opportunity:
The TCTC/TCTA is recruiting for a Staff Services Analyst I/II. For more information, please click on the following link:
TCTC/TCTA Job Opening

California QuickMap provides Real-time Traffic Information: The information includes traffic speed, lane and road closures due to construction and maintenance activities, incident reports, Changeable Message Sign (CMS) content, camera snapshots, and active chain control requirements. Traffic speed is indicated by color-coded lines overlaying the roadway. The location of information content for the remaining layers is identified by markers (icon images) on the map. Clicking on a marker displays the information details in an info window pop-up. Take a look here: California QuickMap


TCTC CAC Vacancy Announcement
Have a voice in traffic related issues!

"Nation at a Crossroads" Infographic. AASHTO tells the story of the national fiscal cliff in transportation and why we need investment.
Check it out. "

City of Sonora wins award from American Planning Association!
Press Release - 2014 APA Central Section Awards

New Ramps at the Peaceful Oak Road/Highway 108 Interchange
have been funded!

With the adoption of the Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) by the Tuolumne County Transportation Council and State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) by the California Transportation Commission, the second set of on/off ramps at the Peaceful Oak Road/Highway 108 Interchange has been fully funded. Due to funding constraints with the East Sonora Bypass Stage II Project, the westbound off ramp and east bound on ramp had to be eliminated from the project for it to move forward into construction. Now, with this new funding, the originally planned complete four-way interchange at that location will become a reality within the next few years. Construction on the new westbound off ramp and eastbound on ramp is scheduled to begin in 2017.
Peaceful Oak Road/Highway 108 Interchange

Tuolumne County awarded
Highway Safety Improvement
Program Funds

Tuolumne County has been awarded $1,736,800 in Highway Safety Improvement Program Funds pursuant to the attached announcement. The three safety projects are located on Parrotts Ferry Road, Phoenix Lake Road and Tuolumne Road.
Check out the Awarded HSIP Funding

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Transportation Council Positively Impacts

Needed Road Maintenance/Rehabilitation

Notice of Vacancies on TCTC Citizen's Advisory Committee

CAC Information here...


Draft Cap-and-Trade Auction Proceeds
Investment Plan

Released by state

California State Rail Plan
Open for Public Comment!

Rail Information here...

Pedro Y Conceptual Pedro Y Improvement Plans

Trail Logo Dragoon Gulch Master Plan Project

Tuolumne Tomorrow - Blueprint Project

Adopted Blueprint Report...

Vacancies on Social Services Transportation Advisory Council!

Find the details here...

Breaking News!

New Yosemite Traffic Forecast
Use YARTS to avoid traffic consgestion

Check out Service from Sonora through Groveland to Yosemite

YARTS Schedule Information

Regional Blueprint Public Outreach Meetings Scheduled

Updated Tuolumne Tomorrow Webpage

Yosemite National Park - Merced River Plan

Your Input is Encouraged


  Newly Revised Trail Pages  
Take a Look!

"Get Up, Get Going, Get Healthy - Sonora!"

Sonora Trails Project......Funded!

Yosemite Transportation Improvement Strategies Report:

The TCTC is working with Yosemite National Park to address transportation and parking issues in the park associated with the busiest summer months of visitation. The following report outlines possible solutions or combinations of changes that may help address the volumne of visitors and assist in delivering a great National Park experience. Please share any feedback you have and the TCTC staff will take these comments forward as we work with the NPS staff. Comments appreciated by November 8, 2011.

Check Out New Dodge Ridge SkiBUS Service !

Tuolumne County Residents Support Tuolumne County Transit! (Listen Here)



RTP info Life Is Better