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SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Future of the Bay Bridge Corridor

1:05 AM PDT on October 25, 2010

From SPUR:

How can we make the Bay Bridge Corridor, the Bay Area’s most intensive and iconic commute corridor, more efficient? Hear from Tony Bruzzone of Arup, AC Transit Board Member Greg Harper and AC Transit Planning Manager Tina Spencer as they discuss a recently published congestion study, which attempts to answer just that. The study examines the future conditions and capacity of all of the corridor’s traffic—including cars, buses and BART—and offers innovative solutions. One such idea: a contraflow lane for buses on the lower deck.


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