The State Route 29 Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (CMCP) is a complex multimodal performance-based corridor planning effort, requiring consideration of every available travel mode currently in use along the State Route (SR) 29 corridor. Led by the Napa Valley Transportation Authority, it is a joint effort between the City of American Canyon, the City of Napa and the County.
The purpose of this effort is to prioritize currently planned/programmed improvements in the corridor and “infuse” more multimodal improvements, parallel capacity improvements, and Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) strategies to develop a phased multimodal“package” of improvements that can be competitive when submitted for funding consideration by the State. "Multimodal" improvements include enhancement to bike and pedestrian access, bus service, connectivity and alternative transportation modes.
SR 29 connects the cities of Napa and American Canyon between its interchanges of Imola Avenue to the north and SR 37 to the south. The corridor covers approximately 11.5 miles with portions of parallel capacity provided by local roads including Delvin Road to the west and Newell Drive and Kelly Road to the east.