AC Transit Board of Directors Meeting

Agenda [pdf]

On the agenda:

  • Public Hearing:  Certification of the Environmental Impact Report for the BRT Project
  • Public Hearing: Selection of the BRT Downtown Oakland-San Leandro Alternative (DOSL) as the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA)

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