Alameda CTC Expresses Gratitude During Unsettling and Uncertain Times

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) and its staff want to express their gratitude to all of those on the front lines providing essential services to our communities with bravery and selflessness. Thank you to all essential workers, particularly those affiliated with our Alameda County partners in transportation.

For up-to-date information on how our County is managing safety during this pandemic and resources for services, visit the Alameda County Public Health Department. And go to our transit partner agencies for the most updated information with regard to service and safety, including AC Transit, BART, LAVTA, SF Bay Ferry, and Union City Transit/Paratransit.

Alameda CTC continues moving forward with planning initiatives, project delivery and program implementation to serve our partners and communities, and support jobs and economic recovery in ways that include:

  • Building infrastructure – by repaving streets, upgrading local transportation infrastructure and aging highways, supporting transit improvements, and expanding bicycle and pedestrian facilities, all which allow people to move about Alameda County safely
  • Supporting goods movement – enabling all of us to receive the supplies needed during this pandemic
  • Keeping transit affordable and accessible for all – including amending policy so that those that are mobility-challenged receive the supplies and transportation they need, and
  • Creating jobs in Alameda County