The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) is exploring ideas for expanding transportation options and improving safety and access along Interstate 580 in Alameda County.
The agency wants input from those who live, work, or travel along I-580. An interactive webmap is now live and comments are welcome on current issues traveling in the corridor and feedback on new ideas and major projects being considered. The webmap will be available for input through this Friday, June 30.
Alameda CTC is leading the I-580 Transit and Multimodal Strategy, which seeks to improve transportation options and outcomes along the I-580 freeway from the Bay Bridge through the Altamont Pass. This study is multimodal in that it explores ways to improve all kinds of travel along and near the corridor, including driving, taking the bus or the train, biking and walking.
Public input, received at outreach events and through the webmap, together with findings from a technical evaluation, will inform the final recommendations of the strategy.
Visit the study website to learn more.