Projects for Solano County


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4. State Route 29 Improvements: Enhance intersections, signals, signage and safety along State Route 29

5. Interstate 80 Westbound Truck Scales: Improve freight mobility, reliability and safety on the Interstate 80 corridor through improvements to the Interstate 80 Westbound Truck Scales

6. Interstate 80 Transit Improvements: Expand bus service and HOV/Express Lanes in the Interstate 80 corridor

7. Interstate 680 Transit Improvements: Enhance transit service in the Interstate 680 corridor, including bus operations, transit centers and real-time travel information

1. State Route 37 Improvements: Improve Highway 37 from U.S. 101 to Interstate 80 to address congestion and flooding

2. Solano County Interstate 80/Interstate 680/State Route 12 Interchange Project: Construct Red Top Road interchange and westbound Interstate 80 to southbound Interstate 680 connector

3. North Bay Transit Access Improvements: Buy additional commuter buses and improve bus stops, transit facilities and roads

 
 
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Regional Projects that Benefit Solano County

Capitol Corridor: Upgrade tracks and infrastructure to improve the Capitol Corridor passenger rail, increase system safety and make frequency improvements at the Fairfield-Suisun and Fairfield‑Vacaville stations to reduce travel times

Bay Bridge Corridor Transit Improvements: Provide faster travel times to and across the Bay Bridge for AC Transit and other transbay buses

Expand Regional Express Bus Service: Reduce highway congestion by expanding regional express bus service throughout the Bay Area, including SolanoExpress

BART Fleet of the Future: Expand BART fleet with 300 additional new railcars to enable more service, longer trains, less crowding and greater reliability

Bay Area Corridor Express Lanes: New highway Express Lanes on Interstates 80 and 680 that are actively managed to be congestion-free at all times

San Francisco Bay Trail/Safe Routes to Transit: Improvements to bicycle and pedestrian access on and around state-owned bridges connecting to rail transit stations and ferry terminals

Major Ferry Enhancement Program: Double the frequency of WETA ferry service to the Vallejo ferry terminal and add new routes and terminals in the North Bay, Central Bay and South Bay

Next-Generation Clipper Transit Fare Payment System: Develop and implement the next generation of the Clipper transit fare payment system to use a single card to pay for many different transit systems