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Interchange MeetingPublic participation is a critical part of STA programs and planning activities. STA actively seeks opportunities to ensure and encourage public involvement in all program areas, from the earliest planning stages to implementation of specific solutions. All meetings of the STA Board of Directors, policy committees, advisory committees and ad hoc committees are open to the public. Participation is encouraged.

STA is committed to involving all segments of the community, including people with disabilities. The agency fully complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accommodates those with disabilities at all public meetings and hearings. All literature and written materials are made available in alternative formats to those with special needs upon request. Please contact Johanna Masiclat, Clerk of the Board, at (707) 424-6008.

STATUS HeaderTo stay current and up-to-date on STA's projects, plans, activities, and events, subscribe to STA's newsletter (STATUS) or agenda notifications.  Check out our Overall Work Plans and Annual Reports. Information about STA's various committees is available online or by calling STA at (707) 424-6075. Another way to be involved is to provide comments during the time period when plans or programs are available for public review.

STA welcomes comments and questions. If you know the staff member you would like to contact please visit our Staff Directory for email addresses and phone numbers. If you're not sure who to contact, please complete our Comments Form and your question or comment will be routed to the correct staff member.


Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Title VI Civil Rights IconTitle VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. If you believe your rights according to Title VI have been violated and you have been subjected to discrimination, please call the Solano Transportation Authority Affirmative Action Officer, Janet Adams, at 707-424-6075. Complaints should be filed as close to the date of the alleged discrimination as possible, but no later than 180 days from the date Complainant becomes aware, or should have become aware of the alleged discrimination.  You may also submit a complaint form by mail, fax or email.

On June 9, 2014, the STA Board adopted the STA 2014 Title VI Program. The Program and its associated Complaint Policy, Language Assistance Plan, and Public Participation Plan will be integrated in policy and practice by the STA to meet federal compliance standards.

The following link leads to the page that gives complete Title VI Information and Language Assistance in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Filipino, including translated documents: