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Keeping Contra Costa Moving.​

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To support public health recommendations related to COVID-19 also known as coronavirus, and consistent with the Contra Costa County’s Shelter in Place Order and the Governor’s Executive Order requiring offices to be closed, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority has moved to a “virtual office” effective March 20, 2020 through May 3, 2020 unless the order is rescinded, amended, or extended.

Please see our Public Meetings webpage to view the latest meeting notices and options for participation.

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Keeping Contra Costa Moving.

HOW TO REACH US

To support public health recommendations related to COVID-19 also known as coronavirus, and consistent with the Contra Costa County’s Shelter in Place Order and the Governor’s Executive Order requiring offices to be closed, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority has moved to a “virtual office” effective March 20, 2020 through May 3, 2020 unless the order is rescinded, amended, or extended.

Please see our Public Meetings webpage to view the latest meeting notices and options for participation.

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SERVING THE COMMUNITY
SINCE 1989

$14 million

PROVIDED

to support transit capital projects

$3.4 million

PROVIDED

to support paratransit operations

$10.6 million

PROVIDED

to support bus operations

$2.9 million

PROVIDED

to support school bus operations

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Traffic may be lighter but the speed limit didn’t change. CHP is seeing a surge of speeding Bay Area drivers amid coronavirus shutdown. https://www.sfgate.com/living-in-sf/article/100-mph-speeders-15162505.php

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