Amador County Transportation Commission

California’s Regional Transportation Planning Agency and Local Transportation Commission serving Amador County.

About ACTC

209.267.2282

Audio of Most Recent ACTC Meeting

Meeting date: February 1, 2018

 

Systemic Safety Analysis of the Tri-County Roadways

Have a safety concern regarding our roadways? Our agency has partnered with the Calaveras Council of Governments and Alpine County Transportation Commission to conduct a Systemic Safety Analysis of the roadways in the tri-county region. The goal of this analysis is to identify systemic safety measures that could prevent life threatening crashes by applying the 4 E’s: Education, Encouragement, Engineering, and Emergency Response. Conceptual projects will be developed based upon the findings and selection of effective countermeasures. Ultimately, the agencies will develop grant applications to fund and implement priority safety projects. To learn more about the project and provide your input, visit: safertricountyroads.com

Amador County Tree Mortality Response – 2017 Review

California Disaster Assistance Act (CDAA) funding available to reimburse agencies for costs to identify, remove and dispose of dead and dying trees constituting a threat of falling on public right-of-way and public infrastructure caused from drought conditions.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Data Management and Mapping Support
Cindy Engel, GIS Coordinator
Amador Country Transportation Commission
December 7, 2017

Amador County Transportation Commission

117 Valley View Way
Sutter Creek, CA 95685

209-267-2282