Draft Konocti Corridor Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Study

The Konocti Corridor Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Study aims to assess the current and future routes and projects within the study limits in Lake County, CA. The primary goal is to establish the southern route as the preferred interregional route over the northern route. This involves multimodal improvements, an eight-mile widening project on SR 29, and various traffic calming measures. The study evaluates the impact of these projects on travel and connectivity in the region.

Click here to view the Draft Konocti Corridor Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Study

Unmet Transit Needs Public Hearing Notice


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Lake County/City Area Planning Council (APC) will meet on Wednesday, March 13, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Lakeport City Council chambers, to consider the following item. Agendas and meeting materials will be posted to APC’s website at https://www.lakeapc.org/.

Public Hearing – Unmet Transit Needs

At this hearing, the APC will consider a list of potential unmet transit needs that has been developed by the Social Services Transportation Advisory Council.  The APC will determine if the list contains any “unmet transit needs,” consistent with the adopted definition.  Any of the needs that meet the definition will then undergo further analysis, the findings of which will be presented at a future public hearing. 

The purpose of this public hearing is to allow the public opportunity to comment on and/or suggest additions to the list of potential unmet transit needs prior to APC action.  For further information, please contact the APC office at 707-234-3314.

Upgrades to Highway Motorist Aid Call Boxes

Lake Area Planning Council (APC) as the local agency responsible for maintaining the Call Box Program in Lake County, the Lake Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE), is currently working to facilitate a necessary, system-wide upgrade.

The majority of call boxes in Lake County operate on cellular service, and the service provider has recently transitioned from 3G to 4G network technology. Unfortunately, the internal radios of the call boxes were designed to work with the former 3G service. As a result, some boxes could become inoperable until their hardware can be upgraded for compatibility with the newer cellular signal.

Staff is working closely with the provider and technicians to upgrade the radios. However, progress has been delayed by the limited availability of the new radios and statewide demand.  While working through this upgrade process, staff continues to monitor and place call boxes in out-of-service status until they begin operating correctly.

Lake SAFE appreciates the patience of all travelers during this transition and upgrade. To report a call box not working properly, please call (707) 234-3314.