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Corridor Specific Issues

  • Major route for the movement of goods and freight into and out of the Bay Area region.
  • Many segments are ranked as among the most congested in the Bay Area during peak hours.
  • Serves as a major transportation corridor between the Bay Area and Central Valley regions.
  • High volume of regional and interregional commuter/freight traffic create operational challenges.

Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) Projects

The CSMP requirement is noted in the Baseline Agreements of all projects receiving CMIA funding. CMIA funds have been allocated for the following improvement projects on the I-580 East Corridor:

  • A west-bound High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane from Greenville Road in Livermore to Foothill Road in Pleasanton.
  • An east-bound High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane from Hacienda Drive in Pleasanton to Greenville Road in Livermore.
  • Improvements to the SR-84/ I-580 interchange.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Interstate 580 Corridor System Management Plan - Final Corridor System Management Plan

Volume 2 is comprised of three sections that have to be downloaded separately due to file size. Please click on each link below to download all three sections

 View a copy of the updated I-580 Fact Sheet by clicking here

 

Vital Corridor with Interregional Significance

I-580 is the primary east/west route connecting the Bay Area with Tri-Valley housing, Central Valley commerce, and access to the I-5 freeway to transport goods south to Los Angeles.  It also serves as a significant regional and interregional commuter route. With connections to the broader interstate network, I-580 is a major gateway for goods movement into and out of the Bay Area’s five seaports, three commercial airports, and four rail freight terminals, as well as a primary route for eastbound travelers destined for the Sierra and Southern California.
The high volume of regional and interregional commuter and freight traffic in the corridor create ongoing operational challenges that will be addressed by the CSMP.

For More Information, please contact: 

 

Erik Alm
Office of System Planning
District 4

erik_alm@dot.ca.gov 

 



 

 

 

 

 

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