SR-262 (Mission Boulevard) Cross Connector

The State Route 262 (Mission Boulevard) Cross Connector Project proposes to improve operations and safety along and in the vicinity of SR-262, a major east-west connector between Interstate 880 (I-880) and I-680. Early feasibility/corridor studies recommended improvements along SR-262, including improvements at the intersections and at the SR-262/I-680 interchange.

Alameda CTC has been working towards preparing a Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA&ED) for the project, in cooperation with the City of Fremont and the California Department of Transportation that will culminate in the completion of project approval for soliciting federal and state funding. A list of potential improvements includes, but is not limited to the following:
  • Improve geometry at the SR-262/I-680 Interchange.
  • Provide level separation at the SR-262/Warm Springs and SR-262/Mohave Drive intersections.
  • Depress or elevate the SR-262 alignment to separate local and regional traffic.
  • Improve bicycle and pedestrian facilities within the project limits.

For total project cost and phase information, see project Fact Sheets tab.


An environmental scoping meeting was held on May 24, 2023 where attendees were able to ask questions and participate in discussion about the SR-262 Mission Boulevard Cross Connector project.

Video of virtual meeting

Comments on the environmental scoping on the project were received by the June 16, 2023 deadline.