The Alameda County Public Works Agency is pleased to announce the completion of the East 14th Street Corridor Improvement Project. The Project extends from 162nd Avenue to Interstate 238 in the Ashland community of Unincorporated Alameda County. The Project implements multimodal transportation improvements with enhanced safety features, including a protected bike lane, high visibility crosswalks and lighting, and traffic light technology. Funding for this project comes from several sources, including the Alameda County Public Works Agency, the Alameda County Transportatio Commission, Bay Area Air Qualify Management District, Measure B/BB, the Vehicle Registration Fee, and other sources.
The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on June 18, 2022. View photos on the follow link https://bit.ly/East14thRibboncutting.
- New sidewalks
- High visibility crosswalks
- New bike lanes
- Intersection bulb-outs
- Raised curb medians
- Pavement resurfacing
- Pedestrian scale streetlights
- Street trees
- Stormwater treatment system
- Utility undergrounding
- Underground fiberoptic conduit
- Bus boarding island
- Decorative street furnishings
- Bike racks
- Public art
A Ribbon Cutting ceremony will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2022 from 10 a.m. to Noon in front of the REACH Ashland Youth Center at 16335 East 14th Street, San Leandro. For more information and to RSVP, visit the event page.
Major Infrastructure Improvement Project
Construction Start Date
Project LocationEast 14th Street Corridor from 162nd Avenue to the vicinity of I-238 in Ashland
Amber Lo, Supervising Civil Engineer