I-880 to Mission Boulevard East-West Connector Project
This project will provide an improved link between I-880 and Route 238 (Mission Boulevard) in the cities of Fremont and Union City. Alameda CTC is leading the project development efforts in cooperation with the cities of Fremont and Union City. Design activities are underway, with expected completion of plans, specification and estimates in 2017. See the project fact sheet.
Final Environmental Impact Report for the East-West Connector Project
Notice of Availability: The Alameda County Transportation Authority (ACTA) prepared the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the East-West Connector Project to evaluate the potential environmental impacts of implementing the project.
Mitigation Monitoring Committee (MMC)
The MMC is a six-member committee consisting of three citizen representatives from the City of Fremont, and three citizen representatives from the City of Union City. The MMC’s charter is to monitor the implementation of project mitigations in accordance with the East-West Connector Project Mitigation Monitoring Plan (MMP) as approved by ACTIA (formerly ACTA) on 6/25/2009, and to communicate the results of said monitoring efforts to the City of Fremont, the City of Union City and ACTIA. The MMC meets on a quarterly basis at alternating locations in Fremont and Union City.
MMC Meeting #1 – January 4, 2011
MMC Meeting #2 – July 6, 2011
MMC Meeting #3 – January 4, 2012
MMC Meeting #4 – June 15, 2016
MMC Meeting #5 – September 14, 2016 CANCELLED
The next tentatively scheduled meeting is on January 11, 2017.