Traffic Tales is an occasional feature that examines traffic congestion issues in Napa County. Readers are encouraged to contact reporter Barry Eberling at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggested stories.
(Traffic Tales is an occasional feature looking at traffic congestion issues in Napa County. Readers are encouraged to contact reporter Barry …
Imola Avenue is a decades-old city of Napa main drag that in coming years could see changes to fit the less car-centric notions of the 21st century.
Napa County wants its Vine Transit express buses traveling to the Vallejo ferry, BART and Fairfield-Suisun to become a much bigger force in the congestion-busting battle.
Transportation planners are considering a relatively cheap fix to speed up traffic at the Carneros intersection of Highway 29 with Highway 12/121.
Napa County’s traffic saga can be seen through two lenses – people’s experience and the cold, hard numbers of traffic counts done over the decades.
Rush-hour Highway 29 drivers face a traffic choke-point at the stretch with the signalized Trower, Wine Country and Salvador intersections that has grown more punishing in recent months.