Interstate 880 Interchange Improvements (Winton Avenue/A Street)

The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC), in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the City of Hayward, will implement improvements at the Winton Avenue and A Street interchanges along the Interstate 880 (I-880) corridor.

The I-880 Interchange Improvements (Winton Avenue/A Street) (Project) proposes to provide interchange and local road improvements along I-880 from 0.1-mile north of the I-880/A Street Interchange to 0.4-mile south of the I-880/Winton Avenue interchange. Improvements include interchange on- and off-ramp reconfigurations, signal modifications, local roadway restriping, and bicycle and pedestrian improvements to improve traffic operations, safety and accessibility, in the City of Hayward, in Alameda County.

The project is currently in the Project Approval and Environmental Document phase in which all required environmental studies are completed and compiled into the Draft Environmental Document (DED). The DED is available for review here on the Alameda CTC project webpage or on the Caltrans website. The Notice of Availability (NOA) is available in English and Spanish. We welcome your comments on the DED during the public comment period from June 1-30, 2022 via the following platforms:

In Writing
Comment cards are available in English and in Spanish for submission to:
Caltrans District 4
Cody Ericksen
Office of Environmental Analysis
P.O. Box 23660, MS: 8B
Oakland, CA 94623-0660

Via Online
Please email WintonAInterchange@dot.ca.gov or submit an electronic comment form:

Via Phone
Please call 510.225.4009

To request a hard copy of the DED via mail and/or special accommodations to attend the virtual public meeting or submit comments on the DED, including translation and interpretation services, please contact Cody Ericksen at cody.ericksen@dot.ca.gov.

For total project cost and phase information, see the project Fact Sheets tab.
The I-880 Interchange Improvements Project aims to reconfigure the interchanges at Winton Avenue and A Street and implement complete streets features. The project intends to improve traffic operations, safety, and accessibility to the retail and commercial land uses at Winton Avenue and A Street. The project will also implement bike lanes and pedestrian friendly design at both interchanges, modify signals and reconfigure intersections to improve traffic flow, and improve weaving operations along the segment of I-880 between the Winton Avenue and A Street interchanges.

Notice of Availability (NOA) of Draft Environmental Document and Public Meeting

June 2022
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in cooperation with the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) and the City of Hayward (City), proposes to provide interchange and local road improvements along Interstate 880 (I-880) from 0.1 mile north of the I-880/A Street Interchange to 0.4 mile south of the I-880/Winton Avenue Interchange. The I-880 Interchange Improvements Project (Project) would include interchange on-and-off-ramp reconfigurations, local roadway restriping, and bicycle and pedestrian improvements in the City of Hayward, in Alameda County, California.

Caltrans, as the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) lead agency, has studied the potential effects that the proposed improvements may have on the environment. The results of these studies are summarized in an Initial Study (IS) with Proposed Negative Declaration, also referred to as the Draft Environmental Document (DED). This project is subject to and complies with the requirements of both the CEQA and NEPA.

The DED is now available for review and comment here, at https://dot.ca.gov/caltrans-near-me/district-4/d4-popular-links/d4-environmental-docs, and as a hardcopy at the City of Hayward City Hall (777 B Street, Hayward, CA 94541) and the Hayward Public Library (888 C Street, Hayward, CA 94541).

In an effort to protect public health and increase public participation and accessibility, Caltrans and Alameda CTC hosted a virtual meeting on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 to watch a live presentation about the project and the environmental review process, pose questions, and provide formal comments on the DED.

Attending the virtual public meeting was not required to comment on the DED. Comments will be accepted from June 1-30, 2022 via the following platforms:

In Writing
Comment cards are available in English and in Spanish for submission to:
Caltrans District 4
Cody Ericksen
Office of Environmental Analysis
P.O. Box 23660, MS: 8B
Oakland, CA 94623-0660

Via Online
Please email WintonAInterchange@dot.ca.gov or submit an electronic comment form:

Via Phone
Please call 510.225.4009

To request a hard copy of the DED via mail and/or special accommodations to attend the virtual public meeting or submit comments on the DED, including translation and interpretation services, please contact Cody Ericksen at cody.ericksen@dot.ca.gov.

Para solicitar una copia impresa del DED por correo y/o adaptaciones especiales para asistir a la reunión pública virtual o enviar comentarios sobre el DED, incluidos los servicios de traducción e interpretación, comuníquese con Cody Ericksen en cody.ericksen@dot.ca.gov.  

2022 Virtual Public Meeting

A virtual public meeting was held on June 15, 2022. See links to the meeting documents below.

2019 Open House

A community open house was held on October 10, 2019 at Southgate Community Center in Hayward. See links to the meeting documents below.

Draft Environmental Document

The Draft Environmental Document is available for review here on the Alameda CTC project webpage or on the Caltrans website. We welcome your comments on the DED during the public comment period from June 1-30, 2022 via the following platforms:

In Writing
Comment cards are available in English and in Spanish for submission to:
Caltrans District 4
Cody Ericksen
Office of Environmental Analysis
P.O. Box 23660, MS: 8B
Oakland, CA 94623-0660

Via Online
Please email WintonAInterchange@dot.ca.gov or submit an electronic comment form:

Via Phone
Please call 510.225.4009

To request a hard copy of the DED via mail and/or special accommodations to attend the virtual public meeting or submit comments on the DED, including translation and interpretation services, please contact Cody Ericksen at cody.ericksen@dot.ca.gov.

 

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