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El Dorado County Transportation Commission Issues County Line Multi-Modal Transit Center Draft Study Online

The El Dorado County Transportation Commission (EDCTC) has released the draft results of the County Line Multi-Modal Transit Center.

For more than one year, the EDCTC has worked with area stakeholders, including El Dorado Transit, El Dorado County Government, area School Districts, EDH APAC, the California Highway Patrol, local and county Chambers of Commerce, area businesses and employers, the Folsom Stage Line Sacramento Regional Transit, and many other area organizations to define current and future needs for transportation in the El Dorado County – Sacramento County Line area, encompassing public transit, pedestrian, bicycle, and rideshare opportunities. The existing park and ride lot located primarily at El Dorado Hills Town Center at the corner of Latrobe Rd and White Rock Rd, along with an overflow location in Town Center at Vine Street and Mercedes Lane are significantly over-capacity. The primary Latrobe Rd & White Rock Rd location is constrained by overhead power and utility lines, which would prevent building a vertical parking garage.

The study also included a review of not just transportation needs, but included a study of potential amenities and technologies that would enhance public transportation utilization – items such as retail, food, bike lockers, electric vehicle charging for both the public and for buses, increased access/provision for rideshare dropoff/pickup options, space to store off duty buses to keep them local, and many more features.

The Study included two Stakeholder Advisory Committee meetings, as well as two public open houses.

Six potential Multi-Modal sites were identified in El Dorado Hills that could meet the defined needs of current and future transportation uses.

Because of the size of the Study Draft Report, it is broken in to Part 1 and Part 2, presented in PDF viewers below, as well as on the EDCTC Transit Center Study webpage, along with several Appendices, Stakeholder Advisory Committee links, and relevant document links.