Transportation Services & Regional Agencies

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San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD)

The San Joaquin Regional Transit District, the Regional Transit Provider for San Joaquin County, provides public transit services to Mountain House, as well as Intercity, Interregional, and Rural Transit Services countywide. Currently, RTD provides a local Hopper service between Wicklund Stop in Mountain House, Delta College, Walmart and Downton Tracy.

Altamont Corridor Express (ACE)

The Altamont Corridor Express provides rail service between Stockton and San Jose on a daily weekday basis. The closest train station to ACE is located in Tracy or Vasco Stations. Currently, there is a RTD direct shuttle service between Mountain House and Tracy ACE station in the morning and evening hours.

California Department of Transportation – District 10

The California Department of Transportation is regional for construction, operations and management of the freeway network in California. The California Department of Transportation, District 10 is responsible for over 3,500 lane miles of State Routes in eight counties, covering Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties.

Valley Link Project

The Valley Link Project is a proposed project that will connect Northern San Joaquin County communities to the Tri-Valley and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) through fast rail service via the route of the historic Transcontinental Railroad right-of-way though the Altamont Pass. This approximately 12-mile, abandoned right-of-way, deeded to Alameda County by Southern Pacific in 1984, provides an unprecedented opportunity to deliver a fast and efficient inter-regional rail service - connecting people, housing and jobs in the Northern California Megaregion and providing much-needed congestion relief in one of the Bay Areas most congested corridors. The project is currently in the Environmental phase and if approved and funding will provide rail link between Pleasanton BART station to Lathrop. There is currently a proposed stop for Mountain House near the Mountain House Parkway.

San Joaquin Council of Governments (COG)

San Joaquin Council of Governments is a regional agencies, created in in 1968, as a joint-powers authority comprised of the County of San Joaquin (including Mountain Hose) and the cities of Stockton, Lodi, Manteca, Tracy, Ripon, Escalon, and Lathrop. The role of SJCOG is to foster intergovernmental coordination - within San Joaquin County - and with neighboring jurisdictions; the other regional agencies for in the San Joaquin Valley; the state of California; and various Federal agencies. The mission of SJCOG is to partner with local governments, the private sector, and community groups as the forum, facilitator, and administrator of regional programs, and to advocate for regional and inter-regional issues in the development of a comprehensive strategy to achieve resolutions.

Notice is hereby given that the San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) has released the Draft Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) document for a 45‐day public review/comment period. Project Description: The 2022 RTP/SCS is the region’s long range transportation plan through 2046 for the San Joaquin County metropolitan region. The proposed 2022 RTP/SCS is an update to the current 2018 RTP/SCS that was adopted in June 2018. The proposed 2022 RTP/SCS reflects changes in legislative requirements, local land use policies, and resource constraints that have occurred since adoption of the current 2018 RTP/SCS. The 2022 update to the 2018 RTP/SCS is focused on continued implementation of the 2018 RTP/SCS, with updates to ensure consistency with federal, State, and local planning requirements. The 2022 RTP/SCS is the long‐term coordinated transportation/land use strategy and provides a framework for transportation investment out to the year 2046. Project Location: The 2022 RTP/SCS covers the entire area of San Joaquin County and includes the cities of Escalon, Lathrop Lodi, Manteca, Stockton, Tracy, and Ripon. Capital improvement transportation projects, identified in the proposed 2022 RTP/SCS, are located on State highways, County roads, and locally‐owned streets, as well as on transit district property, airports, rail lines and property, and public utility lands. Probable Environmental Effects: The Draft EIR provides a programmatic analysis of environmental impacts related to the implementation of the 2022 RTP/SCS. It discloses significant effects for the following resource categories: aesthetics; agriculture; air quality; biology; cultural resources; energy; environmental Justice; geology and soils; greenhouse gas and climate change; hazards and hazardous materials; hydrology and water quality; noise; transportation; and tribal cultural resources, and; wildfire. Public Review and Comment The Draft EIR prepared for the 2022 RTP/SCS is available for public review. The Draft 2022 RTP/SCS is available for public review from June 24, 2022, to 5 PM on August 8, 2022. The document can be downloaded at and upon request can be made to physically review at SJCOG’s office, located at 555 E. Weber Ave, Stockton, CA 95202. Written comments may be submitted to SJCOG at: SJCOG, Attn: Timothy Kohaya, 555 E. Weber Ave., Stockton, CA 95202, or sent via email to the following address,

San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County provides a range of services for the San Joaquin County resident, where Mountain House is located.

Carpool/Vanpool Services (Dibs)

Dibs provides carpool and vanpool matching services among travelers with common destinations.