Projects

HCAOG has released the full semi-final public draft of "VROOM," the Humboldt 20-year Regional Transportation Plan-2017 Update.

Submit any comments no later than November 27, 2017.  Send to...

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The City of Fortuna is leading this planning project, which will evaluate how "friendly" and connected Highway 101, Downtown, and the Riverwalk Area are for multi-modal transportation. Focus areas are the 12th Street and Kenmar Road crossings of Highway 101 in Fortuna. The study included an...

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HCAOG’s Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) was established to address transit issues within Humboldt County.  It is composed of a broad representation of social service agencies, transit operators and users, and is responsible for forwarding recommendations to the HCAOG...

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WHAT IS "SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL"?

Safe Routes to School (SR2S) is a nationwide movement to make it safer for children to walk and bicycle to school.  SR2S promotes walking and bicycling to school through targeted education, encouragement, enforcement, and engineering projects. SR2S...

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The Overall Work Program (OWP) is a one-year scope of work and budget for RTPA activities to be accomplished in the fiscal year, July 1 to June 30. It is a statement of proposed work and estimated costs that tie available transportation funding to specific transportation planning activities...

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This report provides a preliminary evaluation of potential trail connections from the Eureka Waterfront Trail southward along the east side of Humboldt Bay into the Eel River Valley. The study was funded by the Humboldt County Association of Governments (HCAOG) to identify conceptual...

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Bike maps for Humboldt Bay Area including Fortuna, McKinleyville, College of the Redwoods, Humboldt State University.

Bike Map (32.73 MB)

Bike Map, front...

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The Little River Trail Feasibility Study (LRTFS), funded by the State Coastal Conservancy, analyzed potential non-motorized trail alignments from the southern end of Scenic Drive across the Little River to Clam Beach Drive. Creating a trail connection along this stretch of Humboldt County...

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The passing of the National Trails System Act by Congress in 1983 established “railbanking” which legally allows for the preservation of rail corridors for future rail use while allowing interim use of the corridor.  There is wide community and jurisdictional support for the railbanking of the...

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Trails give people options for safe, active transportation and recreation and provide social, environmental, and economic benefits to our communities. Considerable effort is being made working toward the goal of a network of connected regional and local trails in Humboldt County. The purpose...

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