$312 Million Corridor Improvement Project Coming to the East Bay Area

Two county transit agencies, seven cities, and three regional transit agencies are joining forces to plan improvements to the growing San Pablo corridor in the East Bay Area.
November 27, 2017, 10am PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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The San Francisco Bay Chapter of the Sierra Club is located on San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley.
Todd A. Merport

The Alameda County Transportation Commission and the West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee agencies are studying a growth plan for a corridor connecting the most densely populated cities in the East Bay Area.

Chris Treadway reports on the San Pablo Avenue Multimodal Corridor, which connects San Pablo to Oakland—passing through Richmond, El Cerrito, Albany, Berkeley, and Emeryville along the way. project planners are currently circulating an online survey to gather feedback from the public.

The $300 million-plus project along the state highway is considering "short-term projects to improve the safety and experience of all users," as the corridor continues to add development designed to "increase foot, motor and bicycle traffic."

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Published on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 in The Mercury News
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