Plan Bay Area 2040, a long-range Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area, was adopted on July 26, 2017.
Amendments and Environmental Impact Report Addendums
The following are changes to Plan Bay Area 2040 that were made after its release in 2017:
- The March 2018 Amendment to Plan Bay Area 2040 adds the project scope and cost of the U.S. Highway 101 Managed Lanes Project in San Mateo County. Read the March 2018 Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report.
- The May 2020 Amendment to Plan Bay Area 2040 adds the project scope and cost of the Interstate 680 Express Lanes Gap Closure Project in Alameda County. Read the May 2020 Addendum to the Final Environmental Impact Report.
- View the updated Air Quality Conformity Analysis that incorporates both amendments listed above.
- The September 2020 Plan Bay Area 2040 Administrative Modification increases the cost of the BART Silicon Valley Extension project — San Jose (Berryessa) to Santa Clara in Santa Clara County.