Share Your Thoughts
We want to know what you want to see for the future of transportation in Contra Costa. More BART, bus, and ferry routes? More sustainability programs to incentivize carpooling, busses, or cycling? More services for students, seniors, and residents with disabilities? Or perhaps more innovative solutions like autonomous vehicles and our GoMentum Station?
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Countywide Transportation Plan
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is updating the Countywide Transportation Plan (CTP), including the identification of future transportation system improvements through multimodal planning, program, and project-related investments in Contra Costa County through 2050. The CTP update will identify new and emerging issues, ideas, and technologies affecting multimodal transportation in Contra Costa. Community input is critical to informing the CTP update.
Take the CTP survey to share your ideas to improve transportation in Contra Costa County.
State Route 4 Corridor Vision Study
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is developing the State Route 4 (SR-4) Corridor Vision Study in order to develop a long-term, comprehensive transportation plan for SR-4 that addresses congestion, safety, and other mobility concerns in Contra Costa County. SR-4 is the primary east-west highway in the northern portion of Contra Costa County, beginning in Hercules in the west and continuing into San Joaquin County in the east. This work is being done in partnership with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).
Take the SR-4 Vision Study survey to share your input on the future of the State Route 4 corridor.
Countywide Transportation Safety Action Plan
CCTA is developing a Countywide Transportation Safety Action Plan. The plan will identify strategies to eliminate severe injuries and fatalities. It will consider how to improve safety for all people in the County, including people biking, driving, walking, and taking the train or bus, as well as freight transportation. This latest safety action planning effort is scheduled to be completed in Spring 2024.You can use the project’s map-based tool to show where safety is a concern for pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, or people with disabilities.