Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the E. 14th St./Mission Blvd. and Fremont Blvd. corridor important?

E. 14th St./Mission Blvd. and Fremont Blvd. is a major arterial connecting the communities of Central and Southern Alameda County to regional transportation systems including freeways, two Bay-crossing bridges, BART and Amtrak. The north-south corridor extends over 30 miles and provides access to economic, educational, social, and recreational opportunities for tens of thousands of people each day.

What will this study accomplish?

This study (scoping phase of the project) will identify a set of short-, medium- and long-term multimodal transportation projects to be advanced for additional community review, environmental screening, design, and ultimately construction. Together, these projects will help:

  1. Improve transportation safety and comfort for all users
  2. Improve the reliability of trips along the corridor
  3. Serve more people within the existing roadway
  4. Support local land use and economic development priorities

Is there a project website?

Yes, the address is:

https://www.alamedactc.org/programs-projects/multimodal-arterial-roads/e14th-st-mission-blvd-and-fremont-blvd-multimodal-corridor/

Who is Alameda CTC?

The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) is a joint powers authority that plans, funds and delivers transportation programs and projects that expand access and improve mobility to foster a vibrant and livable Alameda County. Alameda CTC also serves as the county’s congestion management agency. It is governed by 22 elected officials representing all 14 cities in Alameda County, the five County Board of Supervisors and AC Transit and BART.

Visit https://www.alamedactc.org to learn more!

Who is involved in the project?

The Project is being led by Alameda CTC, in coordination with Caltrans, AC Transit, and the five jurisdictions the corridor traverses: City of San Leandro, unincorporated Alameda County, City of Hayward, City of Union City, and City of Fremont.

How will you protect my privacy?

Your privacy is important to us.
The only personally identifiable information we ask for is your email address, if you would like to sign up for project updates.

Your email address is stored in a database that can only be accessed by authorized staff. Your email address will not be shared with anybody else for marketing purposes other than those directly related to the E. 14th St./Mission Blvd. and Fremont Blvd. Project.