Fremont To Receive Funding For Traffic Signals

Date Posted: 06/13/2017

Categories: Traffic Tickets

FREMONT, CA — The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) is delivering on the promises of Measure BB to fund critical transportation projects in Alameda County that include public transit, pedestrian/bicycle pathways, and highway and local road improvements—and many of these will be taking place in Fremont!

In April, the Comprehensive Investment Plan was approved, meaning that the five-year plan that will program over $400 million in funding to support important transportation improvement projects in Alameda County is now in full effect. This financial support is in addition to annual funding the City of Fremont receives from Alameda CTC to support pavement maintenance and citywide improvements to bicycle and pedestrian facilities such as new curb ramps, crosswalk enhancements, and bike lanes.

This article was originally published in Fremont Patch. Continue reading the full article here.