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San Joaquin Regional Transit District

Success Indicators
The community is actively involved in creating a livable city.
People and vehicles can move safely through the city preferred mean of transportation.

Street Maintenance
For Maintenance Services customer assistance, call (209) 941-7430.
Street Maintenance is an operating section of the Public Works Department. This section is responsible for the street infrastructure system, which includes all paved right of ways, signage, pavement striping, traffic signals and street lighting.

It is the mission of Street Maintenance to provide a comprehensive and cost effective program for the maintenance and revitalization of public right of ways resulting in a safe means of travel for the public.

Transportation Permits
When driving multi-axle or oversized loads through the City of Lathrop, transportation permits are required. Transportation permits can be obtained at the Public Works Department, please call (209) 941-7430.

Transportation Permit Application

Traffic Calming Program

The City of Lathrop Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program was passed and adopted on March 25, 2008. The Traffic Calming Program was established by the City of Lathrop to address and resolve local neighborhood traffic concerns and quality of life issues.  The Traffic Calming Program expands the City’s current approach to mitigate neighborhood concerns in a systematic and efficient manner.  In developing the program, City staff reviewed the traffic calming programs of other cities, conducted additional research and incorporated many other effective ideas and traffic calming measures into the program document.

Please direct all requests for traffic calming to:

City of Lathrop – Public Works Engineering Department
Attn: Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program
390 Towne Centre Drive
Lathrop, CA 95330
Telephone Number:  (209) 941-7430
Fax Number:  (209) 941-7449

Document: Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program

Traffic Counts
Traffic counts are available at the Public Works Department. Please call the City of Lathrop Public Works Department for more information.

Traffic Lights
The City of Lathrop is responsible for all the traffic lights within the city limits. Should any traffic lights be inoperable, please call the Public Works Department at (209) 941-7430.

Bus Shelters
The City of Lathrop Public Works Department is responsible for all the bus shelter. If you should find a vandalized bus shelter, please call the Public Works Department at (209) 941-7430.

Unmet Transit Needs
The City of Lathrop has scheduled a public hearing to invite public comments on Unmet Transit Needs (UTN) for Fiscal Year 2011-12. The public is invited to express any comments or concerns to City staff on:

  • Monday, October 4, 2010 City of Lathrop Regular Council Meeting
    at 7:00 p.m., 390 Towne Centre Drive

Persons who are unable to attend the UTN public hearing are encouraged to register their comments by one of the following methods:

  1. Calling the City of Lathrop Department at (209) 941-7430
  2. Downloading printable survey and faxing to (209) 941-7449
  3. Downloading printable survey and emailing to
  4. Downloading printable survey or mailing signed statements to City of Lathrop:

    Public Works Department - Attn:
    FY11-12 Unmet Transit Needs,
    390 Towne Centre Drive,
    Lathrop , CA 95330

  5. Submitting electronic survey directly to SJCOG (see below)
    Electronic Survey
    Printable Survey

SJCOG Contact:

Aaron Hoyt , SJCOG Regional Planner
San Joaquin County of Governments
555 East Weber Avenue
Stockton, CA 95202
(209) 468-3913

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