Transportation Planning


The Transportation Planning Division of Public Works is responsible to plan and secure funding for all Mariposa County Public Works transportation related projects.

This page presents links to county transportation related information.

Public comment notice

Mariposa County is updating their Short Range Transit Plan.  The goal of this plan is to improve transit services throughout Mariposa County.  

 We are seeking public comment for a two-week period starting July 26th, 2021. The draft plan will be located on the county website: or a copy may be obtained at the Mariposa County Public Works office located at 4639 Ben Hur Rd, Mariposa, CA  95338.  

 Please direct any comments via email to or  Written comments can be sent to Mariposa County Public Works, Transportation Planning Attn: Jeannie Morvay-Clayton.  The deadline for comments is Monday, August 9th, 2021 @ 4:30 pm. 

SRTP Draft Report 2021


 Persons interested in serving on the Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) should fill out an application online at If you need an application sent to you please contact:

 Mariposa County Local Transportation Commission

Attention: Jeannie Morvay-Clayton

4639 Ben Hur Road, Mariposa, CA  95338

(209) 966-5356 -or- 

 The SSTAC is a standing committee of the Mariposa County Local Transportation Commission (MCLTC) and typically meets twice a year.  The SSTAC advises the MCLTC and has the following responsibilities as per Section 99238 of the Public Utilities Code:

 Annually participate in the identification of transit needs in the jurisdiction, including unmet transit needs that may exist within the jurisdiction of the MCLTC, and that may be reasonable to meet by establishing or contracting for new public transportation or specialized transportation services or by expanding existing services.

  1. Annually review and recommend action by the MCLTC for the area within the jurisdiction of the MCLTC which finds by resolution, that (a) there are no unmet transit needs, (b) there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet, (c) there are unmet transit needs, including needs that are reasonable to meet.
  2. Advise the MCLTC on any other major transit issues, including the coordination and consolidation of specialized transportation services.

 The SSTAC currently has the following vacancies:

Potential Transit User with a Disability

Potential Transit User 60 years of Age or Older

Social Services Transportation Provider

Social Services Provider for Seniors 

Additional Members

 Short Range Transit Plan (PDF)

Bike / Pedestrian Final Plan:

Transportation Links:

Final 2017 Mariposa Regional Transportation Plan

Final 2017 Mariposa Negative Declaration