The Tuolumne County Active Transportation Plan
A plan to make our communities more walkable, bikeable, & transit friendly
The Tuolumne County Active Transportation Plan supports efforts to increase walking, bicycling and access to public transit. The goal of the Project is to improve opportunities to fund non-motorized transportation, create inter-connectivity between communities and access to public transportation within the Tuolumne County Transit service area. The focus of the ATP will be within the defined communities of Jamestown, Groveland, Sonora, Columbia, Tuolumne, East Sonora, and Twain Harte. The Plan will identify existing and potential key connector routes between the communities as well as linkages with public transit stops. The final document will identify projects, both short and long term, along with a prioritized list of projects which will compete best for State and Federal funds as well as a list of projects that could be included in sub area/regional traffic impact fee programs.
The Active Transportation Plan is being developed by the Tuolumne County Transportation Council with funding through the Caltrans Sustainable Communities Grant. The Sustainable Communities Grant funds local and regional multi-modal transportation planning projects. Each of these projects further the goals stated in the Regional Transportation Plan / Sustainable Communities Strategy, contribute to the State’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets, and assists in achieving the Caltran’s Mission and Grant Program Overarching Objectives.
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Can’t attend an upcoming meeting?
Leave direct feedback about any transportation needs or concerns you have related to the project through the online questionnaire.
Do you have school-aged children?
Take our parent survey. The information collected will help improve pedestrian and bicycle facilities to meet the needs of children walking and biking to school.
Help us analyze student travel behavior!
The form below is to be used by Tuolumne County teachers to track student travel behaviors to and from school.