Contact Information

Madera County Transportation Commission

Department of Planning

Evelyn Espinosa

Associate Regional Planner

2001 Howard Road

Madera, CA, 93637


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A Draft Existing Conditions Report is available for public review. The project team is accepting public feedback. Please share your comments via the feedback section or email Evelyn Espinosa here.

If you haven't completed the survey please access it below. Your input is valuable to the project team and the project's success!


The Madera County Transportation Commission (MCTC) and the City of Chowchilla received SB-1 Grant funding to incorporate multimodal and safety improvements, and perform a truck study, along the SR 233 corridor through the City of Chowchilla and surrounding areas. The SB-1 Sustainable Communities Planning Grant program assists agencies with local and regional multimodal transportation improvements with the hopes of encouraging the use of alternative transportation methods like walking, biking, public transit, rideshare, etc.


MCTC has hired TJKM Transportation Consultants to develop a Multimodal Corridor Plan for the SR 233 corridor. The development of the plan will require the following tasks:

  • Identification of Multimodal deficiencies

  • Identification of safety concerns

  • Existing Conditions Analysis

  • Crash Analysis

  • Develop Alternatives



Pop-Up Event @ Harvest Festival
October 31, 2019
4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: 1104 Ventura Avenue
              Chowchilla, CA 93610

The project team held it's first Pop-Up Event at the Chowchilla Memorial Healthcare District Harvest Festival on October 31, 2019. The purpose of this event was to spread the word about the SR 233/Robertson Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project to the general public and to receive more insight from community members. The community shared their concerns, needs, and ideas regarding improvements on Robertson Boulevard. The team also collected additional survey responses from the community. If you haven't had the chance to provide your input and would like to do so please fill out the survey here.

Please enjoy some images from the event below.

The first Community Workshop was held in collaboration between the City, MCTC, and consultant team on September 12, 2019. The project team introduced the project and preliminary findings to the community, then opened up the floor for input and discussion. The community had the opportunity to share any personal concerns or issues they experience when commuting on Robertson Boulevard. The project team invited the community to provide comments and suggestions on aerial boards of the study corridor and identify their top three priorities for improving the corridor. If you missed the meeting and would like to provide input, please do so in the Feedback section here. Also, please check out some materials from the first workshop below: 

We will be holding additional outreach meetings throughout phases of the project to continuously receive community feedback and address more concerns. We hope to see you at the next one.

The project team also asks for input via our survey. The survey is available now and can be taken below:



  • A Draft Existing Conditions report is now available for review. The project team is accepting public comments through the feedback dialog here or email to Evelyn Espinosa.

  • The City of Chowchilla Truck Route Study has been initiated and your input is needed. Check back for updates on this study and how you can get involved.

  • The project team completed a Stop Sign Study for the City of Chowchilla, including inventory of all City signs and recommendations for improvements.

  • The project team had a booth at the Harvest Festival (10/31). More details here.

  • The first Community Outreach Meeting was held on September 12, 2019 at the Chowchilla City Hall from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. More details here.

  • The Madera County Transportation Commission (MCTC) and the City of Chowchilla have recognized the safety issues and lack of multimodal facilities on the SR 233 (Robertson Boulevard) corridor. The City and MCTC received funding from the SB-1 Sustainable Communities Planning Grant program, administered by Caltrans, allowing them to address the issues on the corridor. 



Let us hear from you! Please take the survey mentioned in the Events Section.


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