Countywide Goods Movement Collaborative and Plan
Goods movement is critical to a strong economy and to a high quality of life in Alameda County. Goods movement activities create a diverse array of jobs, provide residents and businesses with the products they need, and generate tax revenues to support crucial public investments. Despite tremendous benefits to residents and businesses, goods movement activities also have environmental and community impacts that must be considered and mitigated.
Alameda County is a goods movement hub for Northern California — serving as a gateway to the world for goods from the county, Bay Area, Northern California and even the Western U.S. — and supporting the local economy. Goods movement facilities in Alameda County include:
Alameda CTC is leading a Bay Area Goods Movement Collaborative which brings together partners, community members and stakeholders from across the county and region in an organized structure to understand goods movement needs and identify, prioritize and advocate for short- and long-term strategies to address these needs in Alameda County and the Bay Area. Alameda CTC is also developing a Goods Movement Plan that will outline a long-range strategy for how to move goods efficiently, reliably, and sustainably within, to, from and through Alameda County by roads, rail, air and water.
Integrated countywide and regional approach
Because goods movement markets and supply chains frequently cross county lines, Alameda CTC has partnered with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to jointly develop the Countywide Goods Movement Plan and the Regional Goods Movement Plan. The joint long-range plan development will ensure consistency between plans and enable outreach to a wider range of stakeholders from around the region and megaregion to provide a more complete picture of the goods movement system in Alameda County and the Bay Area.
Regional, state and federal goods movement planning
Alameda CTC coordinates Alameda County goods movement planning with goods movement planning at the regional, state and federal levels:
For more information, see the latest project schedule.