Expressway Plan 2040 is the successor to the 2003 Comprehensive County Expressway Planning Study and the 2008 Updates. The 2003 Study developed and documented consensus for capacity and operational enhancements, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, sound walls, and landscaping. The Study also addressed expressway maintenance and operational needs. In 2008, the Santa Teresa Boulevard-Hale Avenue Corridor in South County was added to the Study.
For additional facts about the project, please review the Expressway Plan 2040 Information Sheet. Expressway Plan 2040 takes a fresh look at the needs of the expressways and the Santa Teresa/Hale Corridor based on city land use plans, projected 2040 traffic growth and Complete Streets planning. Expressway Plan 2040 will also identify new challenges and positive developments or opportunities, recommend any necessary policy changes, and revise funding requirements and implementation strategies.
Expressway Plan 2040 is expected to be completed by June 2015.
Project Fact Sheets, Documents and History
The Expressway Plan 2040 FACT SHEETS and System Maps include the current characteristics, conditions, vision statement and accomplishments.
Select the following link for details about project documents and history .
OUTREACH DETAILS: Please select the following link for details about specific community outreach events and news .
Web Survey Results: We asked you what you thought about the County Expressways. Here are the results of our survey. Thank you for participating.
The Expressway Plan 2040 Policy Advisory Board: The Expressway Plan 2040 project is guided by a Policy Advisory Board (PAB) consisting of two County Supervisors, one council member per participating city, two members of VTA's Board of Directors, and two members of the County Roads Commission. Please follow the PAB link to more information.