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SR 12 Jameson Canyon  Wall Sculpting

SR 12 Jameson Canyon Widening

Caltrans gave the media a sneak peak of the construction of the 'rock' retaining wall on SR 12 Jameson Canyon in Solano and Napa Counties. Take a look at the process as the project nears completion - targeted for opening to traffic in September.   more »

Solano Commute Challenge

Solano Commute Challenge - Ready, set, GO!!!

Take the 2014 Solano Commute Challenge! Sign up to earn big rewards when you commute by carpool, vanpool, bus, train, ferry, bicycle or walk to work on at least 30 workdays from August 1 through October 31, 2014.   more »

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2014 DRAFT Solano Pothole Report

The STA Board released the first Solano Annual Pothole Report draft for 30-day public comment period - deadline August 18, 2014. The Solano Pothole Report informs the public and decision makers about current roadway funding, future roadway conditions and funding shortfalls facing our local roadways.   more »

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I-80/I-680/SR 12 Interchange Package 1 Has Begun!!

On June 2nd, 2014 elected officials and agency staff gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off the start of construction of the I-80/I-680/State Route 12 Interchange Project Package 1 in Fairfield. Completion of this segment is expected summer of 2016.   more »

BikeLinks Map

Get the Latest Solano Yolo BikeLinks Map 2014!

Prepare for the August kick-off of the Solano Commute Challenge - download the 2014 Solano Yolo BikeLinks Map. You can also stop by our office to pick up your own free printed copy!   more »

Cordelia Truck Weigh Station Square

Truck Scales Named State Safety Project of the Year

The I-80 Eastbound Cordelia Truck Scale Relocation Project was awarded Safety Project of the Year by the California Transportation Foundation at their 25th Annual Transportation Awards held today in Sacramento.   more »

Mobility Mom and Stroller SolTrans

CTSA Designation Requested by STA Board

A CTSA (Consolidated Transportation Service Agency) designation is anticipated to result in additional resources becoming available to Solano County that may be used to sustain current services and implement new services and programs to improve mobility for the increasing senior population as well as people with disabilities and the low-income of all ages.   more »