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I-280 Corridor Study

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

The purpose of the study is to develop a strategic plan for the 22-mile portion of I-280 corridor located in Santa Clara County. The study limits extend from the US 101/I-280/ I-680 interchange in San Jose to the San Mateo County line near Palo Alto.

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Objectives

Through a collaborative effort with the general public, local, regional and  state stakeholders, the study  will identify transportation improvements projects for funding and  implementation along  the corridor  that promote mobility and  connectivity, enhance safety and  security, address pedestrian and  bicycle  issues, support economic vitality and sustainability, and  are sensitive to the environment and  community values.

Project Schedule​

Project Initiation                    Spring 2016
Corridor Study Report Spring 2017

 Project Funding

VTA Local Funds Reserve    $250,000
City of Cupertino $500,000

Study Focus

  • Highway improvements (e.g. interchange spacing, congestion relief, express lanes, etc.)
  • Bicycle and pedestrian improvements (e.g. access, cross connectivity, safety)
  • Transit service improvements (e.g. VTA light rail and bus services)​
  • Local roadway improvements (e.g. cross connectivity, etc.)
  • Noise abatement (e.g. sound walls)​

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Phone: (408) 321-7575
TTY Only: (408) 321-2330
community.outreach@vta.org

 

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