I-880Corridor System Management Plan ACTAC Meeting Alameda County Transportation Commission District 4 Office of System Planning Office of Traffic Operations Strategies September 7, 2010
I-880 CSMP OverviewCMIA Requirements CSMP requirement is noted in the Baseline Agreements of all projects receiving CMIA funding. CMIA funding has been allocated for three projects on I-880: • NB/SB HOV Lanes, SR-237 to US-101 • SB HOV lane, Marina to Hegenberger • I-880/I-280/Stevens Creek Interchange
I-880 (ALA/SCL) One of Nine TenCMIA Corridorsin Bay Area • US-101 North (MRN/SON) • US-101 Peninsula (SM/SCL) • I-80 East (SOL) • I-80 West (ALA/CC) • I-880 (ALA/SCL) • I-580 East (ALA) • SR-4 (CC) • SR-24 (ALA/CC) • SR-12 (NAP/SOL) • SR-84 (SM/ALA)(recently added)
880 Corridor Management Plan (CMP) Demo Begins 2005 880 Corridor TAC meetings 2006 - 2010 CMIA Baseline Agreements Signed June 2007 880 CMP Report Completed January, 2010 Incorporate Technical Analysis into CSMP Feb. - May 2010 Draft CSMP Complete June 2010 Most recent 880 Corridor TAC Meeting June 17, 2010 Draft Final CSMP Complete August 10, 2010 I-880 CSMP Status Key Milestones Chronology
I-880 CSMPStakeholder Engagement Working Group Caltrans Metropolitan Transportation Commission Alameda County Congestion Management Agency Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Corridor TAC Member Local Jurisdictions/Planning Agency Partners City of Oakland City of Newark City of Alameda City of Fremont City of San Leandro City of Union City City of Hayward Alameda County AC Transit BART Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority
I-880 CSMP Background • Corridor Limits • From I-280 in Santa Clara County • to 7th Street in Oakland/Alameda County. • 42 miles including both Alameda • and Santa Clara segments. • Corridor Issues • Urban Development • Goods Movement • Connecting of Urban Centers • Severe Congestion
I-880 Supporting Studies Coverage Map The CSMP incorporates and builds upon technical information from these studies The result is a system planning document to help guide future investment choices through traditional programming and planning processes.
I-880 CSMP:Existing Conditions and Bottlenecks Growing VHD during analysis period (2004-2008). Most severe in PM Major bottlenecks at 23rd, 98th, Davis, Marina, Tennyson, Dixon Landing, Brokaw, US-101 and Bascom.
I-880 CSMP:Recommended Strategies • Implement and enhance advanced/adaptive ramp metering throughout the corridor. • Complete CMIA and TCIF funded projects. • Construct interchange improvements and auxiliary lanes. • Complete HOV/express lane projects. • Key Improvement Metrics • 29% VHD reduction from ALA improvements compared to “do nothing” • 7/1 Benefit/Cost Ratio of Advanced Ramp Metering • Mobility maintained for HOV, still expect increased congestion for SOV.
I-880 CSMP Document • CSMP Document Sections • Executive Summary • Section 1: CSMP Overview • Section 2: Corridor Description • Section 3: Performance Assessment • Section 4: Future Performance Assessment • Section 5: Strategy Evaluation and Recommendations • Appendices: Supporting Documents and Technical Documents
I-880 CSMPNext Steps ACTAC September 7, 2010 VTA TAC September 9, 2010 ACTC September 23, 2010 CSMP Acceptance Late September 2010 CSMP Delivery to HQ Plng. and CTC Late September 2010
For more information regarding the I-880 Corridor System Management Plan please contact: Caltrans: Katie Benouar, 510-286-5578 email@example.com Erik Alm, 510-286-6053 firstname.lastname@example.org Bob Rosevear, email@example.com
I-880 Corridor:Future CSMPs • The “second generation” CSMPs • will take up the challenge of providing mobility and reducing highway congestion within the context of a new regional planning framework. • Sustainable Community Strategy as required by SB 375 • 2013 Regional Transportation Plan
I-880 CSMP:Recommended Strategies • Implement and enhance advanced/adaptive ramp metering throughout the corridor (ICM) • Complete CMIA and TCIF funded projects. • Construct interchange improvements and auxiliary lanes. • Complete HOV/express lane projects. Map on CSMP pages ES3 and 5-15.