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Alameda County Transportation Expenditure Plan

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Alameda County Transportation Expenditure Plan
Tuesday, October 9
Noon – 1:30pm

Free and open to all. Hosted by the Regional Urban Design Forum

Art Dao and Tess Lengyel visit AIA East Bay on Tuesday, October 9 to discuss the new Alameda County Transportation Expenditure Plan, and the ramifications of Measure B1 not passing.

Alameda County Transportation Commission (CTC) plans, funds and delivers over $100M per year for essential transportation investments. The new Transportation Expenditure Plan on the November 2012 ballot, Measure B1, provides $7.8 billion in transportation investments through a multimodal 30-year plan.

The TEP includes six types of investments; Public transit and transportation for seniors and people with disabilities (48 %); Local streets and roads (30 %); Highways and freight (9 %); Bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and safety (8 %); Sustainable land use and transportation linkages (4 %); and Technology innovations (1%).

About the Presenter:

Tess Lengyel is Deputy Director of Policy, Public Affairs and Legislation for the Alameda CTC.

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