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I-80 Congestion

SB 1 - Expedited Projects

The $5.24 billion/year funding package, which generates new revenues from various taxes and fees, is designed to repair and maintain our state highways and local roads, improve our trade corridors, and support public transit & active transportation. See the programs it funds and the Solano County projects to benefit from this program. Caltrans has announced expedited projects - see update!   more »


SolanoExpress Operations Implementation Plan

The STA Board authorized modifications to the SolanoExpress intercity bus service that will consolidate the seven SolanoExpress Routes (20, 30, 40, 78, 80, 85 and 90) into three more streamlined SolanoExpress Routes (Blue Line, Yellow Line and Green Line). These routes will provide better transit access, frequency and connections to employment and activity centers within Solano County while maintaining access to BART, UC Davis and Sacramento.   more »


Audit

STA Approves 2-Year Budget

The STA Board adopted a two-year budget for FY 2017-18 ($17.29M) and 2018-19 ($12.9M). Both are based on the updated 2-year Overall Work Program adopted by the Board in June.   more »


Interchange Segment 1 Coming Soon Sign

I-80/I-680/SR 12 Interchange Package Update

Construction of the I-80/I-680/State Route 12 Interchange Project Package 1 in Fairfield is nearly complete. The new Connector Bridge from WB I-80 to Jameson Canyon is scheduled to open to traffic in Mid-August. See the latest update on the next phase to occur.   more »


2017 High School Interns

STA 2017 High School Interns

Five high school students are working in the STA office this summer through the MTC High School Intern program. Meet Erika, Jenna, Ramil, Max and James, who are gaining valuable experience and learning about transportation programs and projects in Solano County!   more »


Funding

STA Lands 2 State OTS Grants

This past month, STA learned it was successful in obtaining two statewide competitive Office of Traffic Safety(OTS) grants each totaling approximately $170,000. The first grant is to establish/improve traffic safety records in partnership with local law enforcement agencies. The second grant is to increase pedestrian, bicycling and motorist safety awareness in partnership with STA's Safe Routes to School Program.   more »