EV Readiness Blueprint

Contra Costa Electric Vehicle (EV) Readiness Blueprint The Contra Costa Electric Vehicle Readiness Blueprint will prepare Contra Costa for the Electric Vehicle future by identifying the best locations for charging infrastructure; helping cities to adopt development standards and ordinances that encourage EV adoption; prepare the workforce of the future to maintain EVs and the charging

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Traffic Advisory: Full Nighttime Closures of Pacheco Boulevard Tuesday, July 30 through Friday, August 2, 2019

Traffic Advisory: Full Nighttime Closures of Pacheco BoulevardTuesday, July 30 through Friday, August 2, 2019 For Immediate Release Thursday, July 25, 2019 Contact Information Linsey Willis Contra Costa Transportation Authority 925.256.4728   lwillis@ccta.net Alejandro Lopez California Department of Transportation 510.286.5445   Alejandro.Lopez@dot.ca.gov Issued By Martinez, CA: The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and the California

Mokelumne Trail Bicycle/Pedestrian Overcrossing

The Mokelumne Trail Bicycle/Pedestrian Overcrossing The Mokelumne Trail Bicycle/Pedestrian Overcrossing project will construct a pedestrian and bicycle bridge that spans Highway 4 – closing a gap along the Mokelumne Trail, and providing safe access for bicyclists and pedestrians. The overcrossing will include a multi-span bridge with a column in the Highway 4 median. Bridge approaches

Contra Costa Transportation Authority Awarded $755,000 Caltrans Sustainable Communities Grant

Contra Costa Transportation Authority Awarded $755,000 Caltrans Sustainable Communities Grant CCTA’s Winning Application Will Help Plan Future Transit in Eastern Contra Costa For Immediate Release Monday, July 15, 2019 Contact Information Linsey Willis Contra Costa Transportation Authority 925.256.4728   lwillis@ccta.net Issued By WALNUT CREEK, CA – The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) won a Caltrans SB1

Downtown Martinez Community-Based Transportation Plan Program

Downtown Martinez Community-Based Transportation Plan Program The Downtown Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Martinez.  This is the first update to the Downtown Martinez CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2009. The current CBTP update process began in fall 2018

Richmond Area Community-Based Transportation Plan Program

Richmond Area Community-Based Transportation Plan Program The Richmond area Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Richmond, the City of San Pablo, the City of El Cerrito, and portions of unincorporated Contra Costa County. This is the first update to the

State Route 239 Corridor Study

Desktop Project Menu View State Route 239 Corridor Study The State Route 239 (SR239) Corridor Study is a legislatively approved, but unconstructed route in the California state highway system. The purpose of this study is to determine the ultimate concept and alignment for the route in the context of the regional transportation network that includes

Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan Program

Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan Program The Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Concord.  This is the first update to the Monument Corridor CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2006. The current CBTP update process began in fall

Pittsburg-Bay Point Area Community-Based Transportation Plan Program

Pittsburg-Bay Point Area Community-Based Transportation Plan Program The Pittsburg-Bay Point area Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Pittsburg, Bay Point, and the City of Antioch. This is the first update to the Pittsburg-Bay Point Area CBTP, which was originally adopted