The I-880 Oakland Alameda Access Project (formerly called the I-880 Broadway-Jackson Project) proposes to improve connectivity between I-880, I-980 and the cities of Oakland and Alameda.
Alameda CTC, the project sponsor, and Caltrans, the lead for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements, are working in partnership with the cities of Oakland and Alameda to plan, identify and analyze potential freeway access and local roadway improvements between I-880, I-980 and the Posey/Webster Tubes connecting the two cities. The project is being coordinated with multiple corridor planning efforts and local and regional developments including but not limited to the Downtown Oakland Specific Plan to make sure that any multi-modal improvements identified will not conflict with future plans within the corridor.
These proposed improvements will provide direct travel routes for motorists traveling to or from the freeway to their desired location. The project will reduce freeway-bound traffic within heavily populated pedestrian neighborhoods like Chinatown and construct safe and accessible bicycle and pedestrian facilities that will provide improved connectivity for all modes between Downtown Oakland, Chinatown, the Jack London District and Alameda.
The Final Environmental Document (FED)
for the Oakland Alameda Access Project has been approved. The full FED including appendices is available on the Resources tab.
are available in English, Chinese, Spanish,
and can be found on the Resources tab. Project fact sheets
are also available in English, Chinese, Spanish,
and are available on the Fact Sheets tab.
For total project cost and phase information, see the project Fact Sheets tab.
The Draft Environmental Document
for the Oakland-Alameda Access Project (OAAP) was available for public review and comment between September 29, 2020 and November 30, 2020. Comments submitted during the public comment period and responses can be found in the Final Environmental Document
for the project, also located on the Resources tab, including appendices.
A public information meeting was held on September 14, 2023 at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center in the City of Oakland to offer an opportunity for the public to ask the project team questions about the Oakland Alameda Access Project.
Under the Resources tab of this website, you will find project resources that include project documents, technical studies, maps and videos.
An online public hearing was held on October 20, 2020.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and Alameda CTC hosted a well-attended online public hearing on October 20, 2020 to present findings from the Draft Environmental Document and Draft Individual Section 4(f) Evaluation.
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