Notice of Public Hearings

Scheduled Public Hearings

Subject: Proposed Service Restructure and Fare Modification

More Information

All meetings will be held from 4:00p.m. to 6:00p.m. except San Ramon which will be held 4:30p.m. to 6:30p.m.

June 25, 2018 – Martinez: Council Chambers, 525 Henrietta St

June 26, 2018 – Lafayette: Supervisor Andersen’s Office, 3338 Mt. Diablo Blvd

June 27, 2018 – Concord: Council Chambers, 1950 Parkside Dr

July 9, 2018 – Pleasant Hill: Large Community Room, 100 Gregory Ln

July 24, 2018 – Walnut Creek: Council Chambers, 1666 N. Main St

July 25, 2018 – San Ramon: Community Center – Fountain Room, 12501 Alcosta Blvd

The deadline to submit comments is July 31, 2018.

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925-676-7500

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13 thoughts on “Notice of Public Hearings

  1. You’re offering that meeting to county connection and Martinez California what time is that meeting on June 25th there is no time that you have put for any of your meetings we need to know that

  2. The new CVS store at Rossmoor Shopping Center opened May 20. When will the shelter for Routes 1 & 301 be moved to it’s new location?

  3. Those of us in Concord would really appreciate a specific time and date so we have adequate notice. Thank you .

    1. Concord has been confirmed. The public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 27 from 4pm – 6pm at Council Chambers, 1950 Parkside Dr, Concord.

  4. According to an Editorial in today’s East Bay Times, page A16, CA gas tax measure repeal is one of initiatives being reviewed for signatures, which should be completed by June 28, If repeal gets on the November ballot and passes, I assume CCCTA will have to further reduce service and/or increase fares scheduled for Spring, 2019. What can we bus riders, or others do to campaign against repeal of the CA gas tax if this gets on the November ballot?

  5. I notice on the calendars that there is also a link to a Google Hangouts meeting. Is it possible to participate in these meetings online?

  6. Thank you very much for the opportunity to provide feedback. I am using Route 6 almost every day to BART to commute to work, and welcome the proposed service expansion to a more frequent schedule at peak hours. I also support the proposed fare modification with the understanding that this is used to improve and expand the service itself.

    My feedback with respect to Route 6 is the route plan itself. I understand that the route used to cover the Camino Pablo area in Moraga. Bus stop signs are still there. This is where I live, and from which I walk 1.4 miles every day to the Moraga/Rd/Moraga Way bus stop that is closest to me. During winter and during commute hours, this takes place in darkness with little streetlight, and I can only imagine that this deters a lot of residents from even contemplating using the bus service, even if they would be sympathetic to it. I would very much welcome if the Route 6 service could be expanded back into this area at least during peak commute hours during the week. There is a long string of cars from that area making its way to BART every time I walk to the bus. Route 6 at least in my opinion is a popular and essential service for our community, and the Camino Pablo area is a large, underserved residential area with one of the longest distances along that route to the bus stops. Thank you!

    1. Thank you for your support of our proposed service expansion on Route 6. Route 603 currently serves the Camino Pablo area, with service only from Lafayette BART and Campolindo High. While we do not have planned Route 6 service to that area in the current 2019 Service Restructure Proposal, we will record this suggestion in our summary to the board and we’ll take it into account when we consider changes in the future.

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