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Transportation Planning and Projects
The City of Plymouth has approximately 7 miles of local roadways. State Highway 49 runs for just over a mile right through the center of town.
In the spring of 2011, the City Council has authorized spending the State Proposition 1B funds to do a combination rubberized asphalt/slurry seal on a majority of the City streets. During the summer of 2011 CALTRANS has planned an overlay project on State Highway 49 from the County line down to Rancheria Creek bridge.
In February 2011 the City Council approved the Plymouth Circulation Plan and Fee Update. This Study updates the City’s long range Circulation Plan and provides a mechanism to pay for improving the streets and roads over time as the City grows in size and population. This plan was prepared in conjunction with the Amador County Transportation Commission and was designed to be a part of a County-wide transportation planning model.
A Safer Choice - Federal Highway Administration
Plymouth Roundabout Demostration
California and Amador Links