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I-280 Corridor Study

map showing the 280 corridor and study area​​​Overview

The I-280 corridor study’s primary objective was to identify multi-modal improvement projects for Santa Clara County’s next iteration of its long range transportation plan, Valley Transportation Plan (VTP). It is envisioned that the study also serves as the multi-modal study for identified projects to qualify for Senate Bill 1 transportation funding. The study area extends from the US 101/I-680/I-280 interchange in San Jose to the Santa Clara/San Mateo county line as shown on the attached map.

Through a collaborative effort with local, state, and regional stakeholders, the study considered a multitude of factors in the evaluation of improvement projects.  The factors were: improved mobility, promotion of multiple modes of transportation, transportation system benefits, cost, environmental and socio-economic effects, and community input.

The study is currently scheduled to be presented to the VTA Board of Directors at its January 2018 meeting. 

Study Background and Introduction
Executive Summary
Existing Conditions
Potential Improvements
Evaluation of Potential Improvements
Recommendations
Appendix One--Environmental Screening Study
Appendix Two--Existing Transportation Condition Memo
Appendix Three--Active Traffic Management Strategies
Appendix Four--Crowdspot Outreach Summary

​Funding

The corridor study cost of $750,000 was funded by the City of Cupertino from the Apple 2 campus voluntary contributions to transportation improvements ($500,000) and local VTA funds for the remaining balance.

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