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Solano Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update

CTP 2040 Logo"A hundred years after we are gone and forgotten, those who never heard of us will be living with the results of our actions."

- Oliver Wendell Holmes, U.S. Supreme Court Justice

The Solano Transportation Authority (STA) is updating the Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP), which identifies and prioritizes the transportation needs and funding throughout Solano County through the year 2040. The current CTP 2030 was finalized in 2005 (see here for additional information).

STA needs your help in updating the CTP. Our goal is to submit a draft plan to the STA Board for approval during 2018.



Programs and projects for the county and the seven cities must be listed in the STA CTP in order to be eligible for regional, state or federal transportation funds and to be included in the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's (MTC) Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), Plan Bay Area. STA distributes those funds based on the Solano CTP and Plan Bay Area. It is important that every resident of Solano County has the opportunity to have their voice heard in shaping STA's priorities.


Active Transportation (adopted in 2014) includes the following projects:

  • Wilson Avenue Class I Bikeway (multi-use path) along the Mare Island Strait in Vallejo
  • Rose Drive overcrossing of I-780 in Benicia
  • McGary Road from Red Top Road to Lynch Canyon
  • Davis-Dixon Class II Bikeway (bike lane) bike connection, and extension of the Dixon-Vacaville route to Hawkins Road.
  • Class I Bikeway (bike path) Central County bikeway in Suisun City
  • Class I Bikeway (bike path) on the new Benicia-Martinez Bridge to the Benicia bicycle path network
  • Nine (9) Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) Planning Grants totaling $265,000
  • Five (5) TLC Capital projects, funded by $4.4 million in grant funds
  • 2014 Solano Pothole Report

Arterials, Highways, and Freeways Element (adopted June 13, 2018):

**UPDATE JUNE 2018** The Arterials, Highways, and Freeways Element has been adopted by the STA Board. Find the final version of the document here

Arterials Freeways and HighwaysThe Arterials, Highways, and Freeways Draft Element was released by the STA Board for public review and comment on January 10th, 2018.  Comments may be submitted by February 9, 2018 to:

Robert Z. Guerrero
Director of Planning
One Harbor Center, Suite 130
Suisun City, CA 94585

The draft element includes the following: 

            • I-80 HOV lane from Red Top Road to Airbase Parkway
            • SR 37 widening to 4 lanes through Vallejo
            • SR 12 Jameson Canyon Safety Improvement Projects
            • SR 12 East Safety Improvement Projects
            • Suisun Valley Parkway
            • Corridor Plans for I-80, SR 113 and SR 12
            • Jepson Parkway initiation (in progress)
            • I-80/I-680/SR 12 Interchange Improvements (in progress)

CTP Transit Rideshare Element

Transit and Rideshare (adopted in 2017) includes the following:

  • Vallejo Downtown Transit Center and Parking Garage
  • SolTrans Joint Powers Authority (JPA) formation
  • Vacaville Transportation Center
  • Fairfield/Vacaville Intermodal Station (in progress)
  • 1,600 Park and Ride and Transit parking spaces
  • Transit Corridor Plans, Community Based Transit Plans (CBTP), Short Range Transit Plans (SRTP) covering the county
  • Countywide Intercity Taxi Scrip Program

There have been several legislative changes since the last CTP was updated in 2005:


The CTP covers policies, programs, and projects for transportation in the seven cities (Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, Vacaville, Vallejo) and unincorporated Solano County. The CTP also covers inter-regional connections to neighboring counties and the northern California region.


Survey ToolThe CTP includes the following transportation modes and considerations:

  • Transit & ridesharing
  • Bicycles
  • Pedestrians
  • Arterial roads
  • Highways and freeways
  • Water transportation
  • Regional rail
  • Freight (goods movement)
  • Transportation safety
  • Seniors and people with disabilities
  • Disadvantaged communities
  • Air quality and climate change

Questions or comments may be submitted to Robert Guerrero, Director of Planning, at, or by telephone at (707) 399-3211.