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Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) - Priority Development Areas (PDAs)

Priority Development Areas (PDAs) are locally identified and approved by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) as infill development opportunity areas within existing communities.  They are generally areas of at least 100 acres where there is local commitment to developing more housing along with amenities and services to meet the day-to-day needs of residents in a pedestrian-friendly environment served by transit.  Solano County’s jurisdictions have nominated and designated nine such areas which serve fixed transit, major bus corridors, or planned transit.  The STA is working with Solano County cities to provide opportunities for focused sustainable development within Solano County.

Solano County PDAs map (PDF)

Jepson Parkway Concept Plan

North Connector Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) Concept Plan

Vallejo Downtown Streetscape Project

Ribbon Cutting held for Virginia Street segment August 7, 2013

Vallejo Virginia Streetscape Ceremony   Vallejo Virginia Streetscape Mayor Davis and Hardy

To learn more about the bay area Priority Development Areas initiative, please visit http://www.bayareavision.org/pda/

 

Transportation for Sustainable Communities Plan

The STA's Transportation for Sustainable Communities (TSC) Plan is an update of the Solano Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) Plan, originally adopted in 2004. The intent of the TSC Plan remains the same - to strengthen the relationship between transportation and land use through the promotion of smart growth development and sustainable transportation projects in Solano County. 

Download the 2012 Transportation for Sustainable Communities (TSC) Plan (9.41 MB PDF)

or

the Executive Summary (263 KB PDF)

(Adopted March 2012)

 

 

Safe Routes to School Plan

The STA's Safe Routes to School (SR2S) Program is intended to improve the safety and increase the popularity of pedestrian and bicycle modes of student travel, by enhancing related infrastructure and programs.

Over the next year, STA will be coordinating an extensive SR2S public input process. This effort will gather input from local agencies, school districts, and the public through walking audits at schools. Local Safe Routes to School Plans will be adopted by each school district and city council. A countywide SR2S Plan will be adopted by the STA Board by December 2007.

For more information, please visit this recently updated website: http://solanosr2s.ca.gov/

 

Safe Routes to Transit Plan

Bicycling and walking are cost-effective and sustainable ways to reach regional transit stations, yet many commuters cite safety as the main reason they drive instead. Safe Routes to Transit (SR2T) promotes bicycling and walking to transit stations by planning and funding projects that make non-motorized feeder trips easier, faster, and safer. Improving the safety and convenience of bicycling and walking to regional transit provides commuters the opportunity to leave their cars at home. 

The purpose of the Solano County SR2T Plan is to generate increased transit ridership by identifying specific strategies that improve transit center access and bicyclist and pedestrian safety.

Download the 2012 Safe Routes to Transit (SR2T) Plan (6.93 MB PDF)

or

the Executive Summary (342 KB PDF)

(Adopted December 14, 2011)

 

Climate Action Plans

Climate Action Plans

 

Local General Plans

 

City of Benicia
Benicia Community Development Department
1999 Benicia General Plan

City of Dixon
Dixon Planning Department
1993 Dixon General Plan

City of Fairfield
Fairfield Planning Division
2002 Fairfield General Plan

City of Rio Vista
Rio Vista Community Development Department
2001 Rio Vista General Plan

County of Solano
Solano County Planning Services Division
2001 Solano County General Plan Update

City of Suisun City
Suisun City Community Development Department
1992 Suisun City General Plan

City of Vacaville
Vacaville Community Development Department
1999 General Plan & Housing Element

City of Vallejo
Vallejo Planning Division
1999 General Plan