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I-880 CSMP Final Document (October 11, 2010)

I-880 CSMP Fact Sheet

I-880 CSMP Executive Summary

I-880 CSMP Appendices


UC Berkeley CCIT (I-880) Corridor Management Plan Demonstration Report   

This report from UC Berkeley California Center for Innovative Transportation (CCIT) supports the I-880 CSMP document
currently in production.

 

I-880 : Connecting the Bay Area

Interstate 880 connects the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge with Silicon Valley, serving Port of Oakland, Oakland International Airport, Mineta International Airport in San José, and about ten eastern Bay Area cities.  I-880 also provides a critical link for the movement of goods between the Central Valley and Port of Oakland north of the I-238/580 Corridor interchange.  On its southern end, the I-880 carries commuters to and from work in the “high-tech capital of the world.”

Corridor Specific Issues

  • Truly intermodal corridor including freeways, major arterials, rail, bus transit and ferry service
  • Key international trade corridor (Port of Oakland and commercial airports in Oakland and San José)
  • Trucks comprise between 4-11% of daily traffic
  • Urban freeway with major traffic generators corridor-wide: event/ retail venues, commercial, industrial and residential centers
  • Central Business Districts for two of the largest cities in California at either end (Oakland and San José)
  • Transbay collector from three bridges: Bay Bridge (I-80), San Mateo Bridge (SR-92), and Dumbarton Bridge (SR-84)
  • Transportation management technology widely deployed

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 project on the I-880 Corridor:

  • HOV Lanes SR-237 to US-101
  • SB HOV Lane from Marina to Hegenberger

For More Information, please contact: 

Erik Alm
Office of System Planning
District 4

erik_alm@dot.ca.gov 

 


 

 

D4 880 corridor map

 

 

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