Tuolumne County Transportation Council

Lead Agency for Transportation Projects and Programs in Tuolumne County

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IMPORTANT NOTICES:

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DECEMBER MEETING DATES:
TAC/CAC meeting is now on Dec 10th
TCTC/TCTA meeting is now on Dec 17th
TCTC CAC Vacancy Announcement
Have a voice in traffic related issues!

Mono Way Widening Construction Schedule:
November 03 thru November 07, 2014
Daytime Work during the period of November 03 to November 07, 2014 will include the following:
Aggregate Base work for the preparation for paving and sidewalk work. Continuation of railing and fencework. streetlight foundations. Continuation of construction of the Large Retaining Wall on the North side of Mono Way between Pinnells Carpet and the Fir Drive Intersection.
Please follow all construction signs, speeds limits and ground personnel. Be prepared to stop for flagging operations and please watch out for workers and construction equipment.

Night Paving Work is scheduled for November 4th, 5th & 6th, 2014 for Roadway Repairs and Roadway Paving between Greenley Road and Fir Drive on Mono Way. This work will include grinding and paving of existing asphalt surfaces, paving widened roadway sections, business and residential driveways.
Mono Way between Greenley Road and Fir Drive will be partially closed during the night work construction period of 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM with local access provided. Temporary traffic control restrictions will be in affect starting Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM, November 4th. Night work will be performed for three consecutive nights starting Tuesday, November 4th, 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM to Friday morning November 7th.
During the night paving work, Westbound Mono Way through traffic will be detoured at Fir Drive to Sanguinetti Road after 9:00 PM. Eastbound Mono Way traffic will be closed to through traffic at Rogers Road from 9:00 PM to 7:00 AM. Eastbound through traffic should detour to Sanguinetti Road at Greenley Road. Please follow all traffic control signs and flaggers directions, and drive slowly through the construction zone.
For construction information and inquiries, please call the George Reed, Inc. Mono Way phone line at 209-557-3161.
Please slow down in the Construction Area. We greatly appreciate the community’s cooperation.
George Reed, Inc

Edited by:
Gerard J. Fuccillo (Jerry)
City Engineer
City of Sonora
209-532-1867

NOTICE: Request for Proposal
Groveland Circulation Plan!

The Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to facilitate a community-based planning process, resulting in a Planning document, for the unincorporated town of Groveland. This project intends to involve multiple community interest groups and stakeholders as it considers improvements to its Main street (State Route 120), access to important community nodes, bike and pedestrian movements for high traffic locations/destinations and also investigates opportunities to accommodate tour bus/coach parking to encourage healthy living and increased economic activity through an improved out-of-vehicle environment for locals and visitors.
Thank you for your consideration of this RFP.
RFP: Groveland Circulation Plan

"Nation at a Crossroads" Infographic. AASHTO tells the story of the national fiscal cliff in transportation and why we need investment.
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City of Sonora wins award from American Planning Association!
Press Release - 2014 APA Central Section Awards

Amending the Regional Transportation Plan Adding the Dragoon Gulch Recreational Trail Project
30 day comment period

Air Quality Improvement Funding Programmed to Several County
and City Projects!

Through the Tuolumne County Transportation Council’s recently issued Calls for Projects to program CMAQ (Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality) and Pedestrian/Bicycle Facilities RIP (Regional Improvement Program) funding, several County and City projects were considered. The Transportation Council approved projects totaling nearly $3.9 million. County projects approved include a Park and Ride Lot in the community of Tuolumne ($318,500); an Alleyway Improvements Project, also in Tuolumne ($205,000); and a Roundabout in Sonora at the Loop Road/Sanguinetti Road intersection ($665,000). The City projects approved include improvements at Stockton Road/Washington Street including a Transit Hub ($1,990,000); and improvements to Washington and Seco Streets at the Red Church intersection ($695,000). Links to the conceptual drawings for each project are provided.
For a comprehensive list and future updates please visit the County Capital Improvement Projects page provided below:
County Capital Improvement Projects - a complete list
Park and Ride Lot in Tuolumne
Alleyway Improvements Project in Tuolumne
Roundabout in Sonora
Stockton Rd/ Washington St Transit Hub
Red Church Intersection Improvements

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

Mono Way Widening Project Will Be Built!

“The City and County worked cooperatively to jointly fund the Mono Way Widening Project. Where traffic has historically bottlenecked along Mono way approaching Sanguinetti Loop Road, this project will add additional lanes in both directions. This section of roadway was historically State Route 108 until the Bypass was completed, at which time the ownership of Mono Way reverted back to the City and County. The Mono Way widening project will help bridge gaps in the existing transportation network along Mono Way. Pedestrian improvements are being added as part of the larger project to address traffic congestion, but represents important and needed steps towards completing non-motorized paths in the City and County. The proposed project will provide a 5-lane facility with a median lane and two lanes in each direction for its entire length. There will also be additional lanes at the signalized intersections for turning movements and vehicle stacking. Most of the major widening work will be on the north side of the project in the easterly half. Approximately 2100 lineal feet of sidewalk curb and gutter, and shoulder widening will be provided on the northerly side to have continuous sidewalk from the end of the existing sidewalk near Greenley Road to Fir Drive. On the Southerly side, sidewalks will be extended some 400’ easterly of the Timber Hills Shopping Center and terminated in a ramp to existing pavement. The termination of the sidewalk at this location is necessary to preserve access to four commercial buildings easterly from the point of termination. This project has been competitively bid, with the contract being awarded to George Reed of Modesto. The project is slated for this construction season and is a well-rounded transportation improvement project that will complete the sidewalk network in this area, add a bus stop for Tuolumne County Transit, and improve flow of traffic for motorists. The Transportation Council, which funds public transportation in Tuolumne County paid for the bus stop improvements included in the project.”
Mono Way Widening Project Map

The TCTC adopts 2014 RTIP

Tuolumne County Transportation Council adopts the 2014 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) programming $11.8 million to important projects in our Region! Projects include the Mono Way Operational and Safety Project, Peaceful Oaks Road/State Route 108 Interchange Ramps and construction funds for the Jamestown Sidewalks Project. To see the full document click here:
2014 RTIP for the Tuolumne County Region

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

City Council to consider Vision Sonora Draft Final Plan

Find information here

Thanking Joy Pinne

East Sonora Bypass Stage II Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Opening of ESB Stage II

Transportation Council Positively Impacts

Needed Road Maintenance/Rehabilitation

Draft Public Participation Plan Available

Click for more information

Notice of Vacancies on TCTC Citizen's Advisory Committee

CAC Information here...

Dragoon Gulch Master Trail Plan up for approval!

June 3, 2013
Plan Adoption Flier



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

Share Ideas on Dragoon Gulch Trail Area

New Date: March 4, 2013
Approve Preferred Alternative!

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


TCT Year End Performance Report,
Fiscal Year 2012-13


  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)


TCTC Strikes Rich Diggins:

Receives Three Grants

The Tuolumne County Transportation Council was recently awarded three Grants.

1. Sonora Revitalization Plan

The City of Sonora will work in partnership with the TCTC and members of the community to develop a Community Revitalization Plan. The Revitalization Plan will provide the strategies and implementation tools necessary to address the physical changes that will help improve the local economy by encouraging and increasing pedestrian safety, reducing congestion, and enhancing connectivity while protecting cultural history and quality of life. The planning process will seek to engage diverse public participation.

Grant Award: $225,000

2. Yosemite Transit Service Feasibility Study

Transportation options to Yosemite National Park from Tuolumne County are currently very limited. This study will explore routes inclusive of an intercity connection with the Central Valley and possibly B.A.R.T., as well as funding and implementation strategies. With more than 3.5 million visitors a year, strained parking, and increased vehicle congestion, gateway partners are excited about helping the park discover strategies to make visiting the park more accessible, convenient, and enjoyable. The Yosemite Feasibility Study will help local leaders and Park Officials determine the impacts public transportation can have on improved park capacity.

Grant Award: $67,000


RTP info Life Is Better