Upcoming Meetings

Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting

TRANSPAC Committee Meeting

  • 11/12/2020 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


TRANSPAC (Transportation Partnership and Cooperation) is the Regional Transportation Planning Committee (RTPC) for Central Contra Costa. It is composed of elected representatives, planning commissioners and technical staff from the six Central Contra Costa jurisdictions including the cities of Clayton, Concord, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek and the unincorporated area of Central Contra Costa County. TRANSPAC is responsible for the development of transportation plans, projects and programs for the Central County areas as well as the appointment of two representatives to the Contra Costa Transportation Authority who serve alternating two-year terms.


Monument/I-680 Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Study

The TRANSPAC Committee is developing a feasibility study to identify specific improvements to the bicycle and pedestrian connections on the Monument Boulevard Corridor across I-680. This is a heavily-traveled roadway, including high-speed freeway ramps, with minimal facilities for non-motorists. The TRANSPAC Committee has partnered with CCTA to assist in contracting and administering the study.

This gap in the active transportation network was identified in the Countywide Bike Plan, and would provide for an improved east-west connection along Monument Boulevard between Downtown Pleasant Hill and the Iron Horse Trail, including through the I-680 interchange (Monument Blvd. between Mohr Lane/Iron Horse Trail and Contra Costa Blvd). and includes other equivalent parallel routes used to travel and access this section of the Monument Corridor.

Your valuable input is needed to highlight issues and opportunities that could be evaluated through this study. Use the link below access an interactive webmap to leave your comments along specific points of the study corridor: https://apps.fehrandpeers.com/monumentblvdcs/

Contra Costa Accessible Transportation Strategic Plan

Let’s make transportation convenient for older adults and people with disabilities!

If you’re an older adult, have a disability, or are a veteran, transportation in Contra Costa County can be challenging. We want to identify ways to make it easier for you to get around the county—whether you’re going to an appointment, getting groceries, visiting family, or anything else.

You can participate from home!

Due to the shelter-in-place the Contra Costa Transportation Authority is asking individuals to complete the survey online or participate in a short phone interview. Participants will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card!

Please visit the “Other Documents and Information” page to view and download the flyer in English and/or Spanish.

511 Contra Costa Summer Bike Challenge

Fun Bike Rides, All Summer Long

Looking for free summertime activities that are fun for the whole family? Check out 511 Contra Costa’s Summer Bike Challenge. To start, download your free Challenge Card at 511cc.org/sbc. Then bike to as many destinations as you can, and cross off the squares as you go, like BINGO! Plus, earn a free reward (online this summer) and enter the iPad grand prize drawing along the way. If destinations remain closed, just bike on by and enjoy the ride! Ready to roll? Visit 511CC.org/sbc.

Please visit the “Other Documents and Information” page view and download the Summer Bike Challenge Flyer.

Contra Costa County Regional Map

TRANSPAC Member Jurisdictions

TRANSPAC member jurisdictions include the cities of Clayton, Concord, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek and unincorporated areas of Central Contra Costa County.

Meeting Schedules

TRANSPAC usually meets the second Thursday of every month at 9:00 a.m. The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meets every last Thursday at 9:00 a.m. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings will be held via video/phone conference. Meeting log-in information will be posted in advance of the meeting on the Agenda Packet.

TRANSPAC Conflict of Interest Notice