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Posted on: January 7, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Reminder: I-80 - Ashby Avenue Interchange Virtual Public Open House on January 11

I-80 - Ashby Avenue Interchange Improvements

The Draft Environmental Document examining potential impacts of the I-80 Ashby (SR-13) Improvement Project is now published and available for review. Proposed reconstruction on the Interchange will have direct impacts on Emeryville's traffic congestion.

The 45-day public comment period is open until January 31, 2022. Alameda County Transportation Commission ("ACTC") encourages community members, elected officials, business owners, and anyone else who frequents this busy interchange to submit comments and concerns by January 31, 2022.

Join ACTC for a virtual public open house on Tuesday, January 11, at 5:30 PM to learn more about the Draft Environmental Document for the I-80 Ashby Improvement Project. They hope you will join them for the presentation, panel discussion, and open Q&A period.

What:Virtual Public Open House 
When:January 11, 2022
5:30 - 7:00 PM
How to Join:Visit or dial in at:
  • 888-344-3561 (English)
  • 888-348-0479 (Spanish)
  • 888-386-0764 (Cantonese) 

The Draft Environmental Document can be downloaded and/or reviewed at or on the Caltrans website.

Feel free to share this email with friends, family, or co-workers who may be interested in attending the virtual public open house. The webinar will be presented in English, Spanish, and Cantonese. If you need other language assistance, please call 510-800-8924 or email at at least 72 hours before the virtual public open house.

ACTC looks forward to your participation!

About the Project

The Alameda County Transportation Commission, in collaboration with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the cities of Berkeley and Emeryville, proposes to reconstruct the I-80/Ashby Avenue interchange to ease congestion, provide better interstate access, and connect pedestrians and cyclists to the San Francisco Bay Trail. This project was approved by Alameda County voters in 2014 under Measure BB and represents a direct investment in regional infrastructure and economic development.

Learn more about the I-80 Ashby Improvement Project

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