Stockton Mobility Collective


SCH Number
Public Agency
San Joaquin County Council of Governments
Document Title
Stockton Mobility Collective
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The proposed project is a grant-funded project administered by the California Air Resourced Board (CARB), includes the implementation of electric shared mobility services (electric vehicles and e-bike sharing) and a workforce development program within the City of Stockton of San Joaquin County. The mobility services portion of the project will include the installation of 15-20 small electric bike charging docking stations in public and private rights-of-way which are approximate 1’x3’ in size. The round-trip e-carsharing project includes 30 battery-electric vehicles distribution to 10-15 locations throughout the project area. This will include the installation of bollard-style electric vehicle charging stations near parking stalls. There will be line (conduit) extensions from common area panel to the charging stations. Software at charging stations and/or at panel to also be installed. Additionally, this project will expand the existing transit trip planning capabilities in the Vamos MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) smartphone application. Lastly, the project will also provide discounts and/or funds through the Vamos MaaS to community members who qualify as transport-disadvantaged. The workforce development portion of this project will create an apprenticeship programs in e-shared mobility operations in the City of Stockton. The project will provide 10-20 full-time jobs and training to support the maintenance of the electric vehicle and e-bike infrastructure. The purpose of this project is to increase travel reliability and options for the City’s residents, with an emphasis on the City’s disadvantaged communities. The e-carsharing program will provide residents with a new way to travel to destinations that are not feasible to access by existing transit. The e-bikes will improve first-and-last-mile access to transit and provide an alternative travel mode to supplement infrequent transit service. The expansion of MaaS will provide residents with an easy and accessible way to purchase tickets and trip planning. The planning process will include ongoing and effective community outreach to promote both engagement and education of the projects. Beneficiaries include the public and residents of San Joaquin County at large, with a specific emphasis on residents that reside in a disadvantaged community or are transport-disadvantaged.

Contact Information

Diane Nguyen
Agency Name
Executive Director
Contact Types
Parties Undertaking Project


San Joaquin
Other Location Info
Stockton, CA

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Statutory Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15183, Section 15301 (1)(a) & (2)(b), Section 15302(2), Section 15303 (d), Section 15304 (f), & Section 15306
Reasons for Exemption
This project qualifies under Section 15183 Projects Consistent with a Community Plan, General Plan, or Zoning as the project is consistent with the 2018 San Joaquin Council of Governments Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS) and City of Stockton’s Envision 2040 General Plan. An EIR was previously certified by the lead agency for, the above identified Plans, or Sustainable Communities Strategy. This project qualifies under Section 15301(1)(a) Existing Facilities, Section 15302(2)(b) Replacement or Reconstruction, Section 15303(d) Construction/Conversion of New/Small Structures, Section 15304(f) Minor Alterations of Land because the project consists of minor alteration of existing facilities and/or mechanical equipment involving negligible or no expansion of capacity and/or minor alterations to land, including minor trenching and backfilling where surface is restored. All power will be provided by from the existing electrical panel and the work includes installations of conduit, wiring, electrical connections, and mounting equipment. Minor trenching may be required to bring power from local sources to proposed EV chargers. This project also qualifies under Section 15306 Information Collection because the overarching purpose of the project is to conduct research for the purpose of collecting data on the use of electric mobility services.
County Clerk
San Joaquin


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