Improving Where You Move

Every city, town and unincorporated community in Contra Costa County will benefit from the improvements provided by Measure X. Read more about improvements in your neighborhood below.

Improvements for West County

  • Reduce congestion on I-80 by studying and implementing high capacity transit
  • Fix local streets and repair potholes
  • Upgrade BART stations to increase access by car, bike, or walking, including additional parking
  • Increase BART capacity and add new BART cars
  • Increase and expand bus service
  • Install new bike routes on major streets
  • Improve pedestrian safety
  • Traffic synchronization and traffic flow improvements on major streets
  • Maintain the Richmond Parkway
  • Support new ferry service to Richmond
  • Improve Capital Corridor rail service
  • Encourage infill development near transit centers

Improvements for East County

  • Reduce traffic congestion and improve safety on Highway 242 and Highway 4
  • Fix local streets and repair potholes
  • Extend eBART through Oakley to Brentwood
  • Increase BART capacity and add new BART cars
  • Traffic synchronization and traffic flow improvements on major streets
  • Develop complete streets on major thoroughfares to improve access for cars, bikes and pedestrians
  • Study and potentially fund new ferry service
  • Increase and expand bus service
  • Improve safety and expand high capacity transit along Vasco Road, Byron Highway, and Camino Diablo

Improvements for Southwest County

  • Reduce traffic congestion and improve traffic flow on Highway 24 and I-680
  • Study and implement high capacity transit on I-680
  • Fix local streets and repair potholes
  • Upgrade BART stations to increase access by car, bike, or walking including additional parking
  • Increase BART capacity and add new BART cars
  • Install new bike routes and increase pedestrian safety on major streets
  • Improve bicycle and pedestrian trails including along the Iron Horse Trail
  • Increase and expand bus service
  • Increase funding for the Lamorinda School Bus Program and TRAFFIX
  • Test new transportation technology at Bishop Ranch

Improvements for Central County

  • Reduce traffic congestion and improve traffic flow on Highways 4, 24 and 242, and I-680
  • Improve the I-680 and Highway 4 interchange and the Highway 242 and Highway 4 interchange
  • Fix local streets and repair potholes
  • Upgrade BART stations to increase access by car, bike, or walking including additional parking
  • Increase BART capacity and add new BART cars
  • Increase and expand bus service
  • Improve Capital Corridor rail service
  • Develop complete streets on major thoroughfares to improve access for cars, bikes and pedestrians
  • Study and potentially fund new ferry service