Stockton Mobility Collective (SMC)

SJCOG Logo transparentThe San Joaquin Council of Governments’ (SJCOG) Stockton Mobility Collective project aims to improve transportation options for residents looking for clean, affordable ways to travel to jobs, schools, healthcare, grocery stores and other key destinations. The project will provide access to nonprofit electric bikesharing and carsharing programs and incentives to reduce the cost burden of transportation where the need is greatest. A full program launch is expected in Spring of 2023.

Project Partners

SJCOG serves as the lead agency for the Stockton Mobility Collective and has partnered with the following organizations to implement the project:

  • San Joaquin Regional Transit District
  • Institute for Local Government
  • Míocar
  • Mobility Development Group
  • Sigala Inc.
  • UC Davis Institute for Transportation Studies

Project Area

The project area spans across Stockton from north to south along major roads. Programs are focused on meeting transportation needs in areas where there is a higher likelihood that a resident will not have access to their own private vehicle and may rely on other modes of transportation. Carshare and bikeshare locations will be determined based on a combination of community input, stakeholder support, and expert analysis.

[Interactive Map] [PDF Map]

Disclaimer: The information on this map is based on the most current information available to SJCOG. SJCOG cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information contained on the map. Each user of these maps is responsible for determining its suitability for their intended use or purpose. 

Please note that carshare and bikeshare stations on the map will be updated as they open to the public. Check back for updates. 

The Stockton Mobility Collective is funded by a Sustainable Transportation Equity Project (STEP) Implementation Grant from the California Air Resources Board (CARB). The project is part of California Climate Investments (CCI), a statewide initiative that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in disadvantaged communities. Moving California, part of CCI, focuses on increasing education and awareness of clean transportation options, while emphasizing program successes and providing guidance on how California’s communities and residents can both benefit and access clean transportation opportunities.

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    Christine Corrales

    Senior Regional Planner
    Phone: 209-235-0128

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