Action Agenda: Check List

1. TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODERNIZATION    

  • Implement funded traffic signal modernization projects (40% of system) by 2022
  • Seek funds to complete the remaining 60% of the network (additional $20 million needed)

2. SCHOOL ZONES AND ACCESS

  • Increase percentage of schools actively participating in Safe Routes to School “Walk and Roll” programs
         (current participation level is 55%)
  • Seek new funding to complete all planned school safety improvements (additional funding need is $25
         million)

3.    TRAVEL ALTERNATIVES

  • Encourage increased travel by carpooling, transit, walking and bicycling and decrease drive alone
         commuting from 73% to 50% by 2040 (goal is to reduce drive alone travel by 1% per year)
  • Develop and implement a modernized AC Transit bus service plan for the Fremont area by 2020 
  • Continue to implement adopted Pedestrian and Bicycle Master plans and seek funding for major investments
         (additional funding need is $200 million) 
  • Continue to require Transportation  Demand Management (TDM) for major new private development projects

4.    TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAM

  • Continue to be a national leader in Vision Zero traffic safety programs and decrease number of major traffic
         crashes resulting in fatalities and severe injuries

5. NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND SMART MOBILITY

  • Stop the negative impact of navigation apps routing regional commuters through Fremont’s neighborhood
         streets, including consideration of regulatory solutions.  
  • Continue efforts to implement smart mobility technologies related to signals, parking, and shared vehicles
         (cars, bikes and scooters)
  • Seek creative solutions and opportunities to partner with other agencies and private sector for on-demand
         shuttle services (including autonomous shuttles)

6.    REGIONAL POLICY AND PROJECTS

  • Participate in Plan Bay Area 2050 process and pursue land use policies designed to ease regional traffic
         congestion through Fremont 
  • Support timely delivery of funded regional transit and highway projects including improvements to BART,
         Capitol Corridor, and by adding Express Lanes to I-680 (Sunol Grade) and I-880
  • Continue to plan and seek funding for priority regional projects including: State Route 262/Mission Blvd.
         Cross- Connector; freeway interchange upgrades at 680/Mission, 680/Washington, 680/Auto Mall and
         880/Decoto; Dumbarton Corridor improvements (bus and rail); and Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) service
         expansion

7.    ORGANIZATION AND FUNDING INITIATIVES

  • Create an ongoing Fremont Mobility Commission to support implementation of the Mobility Action Plan
  • Convene an annual Fremont Mobility Summit with participation from Fremont’s representatives from regional,
         state, and federal agencies to facilitate collaboration, and review current information, issues, ideas and
         priorities
  • Pursue new partnerships to help implement Fremont’s mobility goals
  • Consider new local revenue enhancement opportunities to implement unfunded local transportation priorities