The North Alameda County Core Connections Plan (NACCCP) is a Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (CMCP) that will assess existing and future performance in the area around West and Downtown Oakland, Emeryville and Southwest Berkeley, a highly trafficked area that connects Alameda County to the larger region. The NACCCP will identify regionally significant projects that are designed to reduce congestion by providing access to sustainable, safe and efficient multimodal transportation options.
Bringing projects together into a CMCP will comprehensively advance state and regional goals by ensuring that projects are eligible and prioritized for funding from programs such as the Solutions for Congested Corridors Program. This is a fast-paced effort that builds upon the Countywide Transportation Plan and significant local planning work to meet an August 2022 deadline, necessary to ensure that transportation projects identified in the plan can qualify to compete for upcoming funding opportunities.
To support this process, we’re collecting feedback on travel needs and eligible projects in the area. Please visit the North Alameda County Core Connections Interactive Map to share your comments by Saturday, April 30, 2022.