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Goods Movement Plan

The Alameda County Goods Movement Plan will outline a long-range strategy for how to move goods effectively within, to, from and through Alameda County by roads, rail, air and water. The plan will ultimately form a component of the Alameda Countywide Transportation Plan. The plan will:

  • Establish a vision for the sustainable movement of freight and other goods to ensure Alameda County continues to play a vital role in the San Francisco Bay Area economy.
  • Identify strategies including infrastructure investments, policy changes and programs to address goods movement issues and realize goods movement system opportunities.
  • Use a series of performance measures consistent with the vision and goals to evaluate and prioritize these strategies.
  • Develop short- and long-term strategies and project lists to support goods movement in Alameda County.
  • Develop educational and advocacy strategies for the Bay Area. 

Final Alameda County Goods Movement Plan

For the past two years, Alameda CTC has worked to develop a Countywide Goods Movement Plan. The Commission approved the plan in February 2016. A series of technical memorandums developed as part of the planning process are included in the plan. 

An executiive summary brochure about plan is also available.

FASTLANE and Goods Movement

Alameda CTC's GoPort Project