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Important Dates

Oct 2, 2013
7:30 - 9:00 PM

Bollinger Elementary School
2300 Talavera Dr

Public Meeting
HOV Ramps Presentation
Faria Project Presentation
City Council Candidates

tell candidates what is important to San Ramon residents!

Norris Cyn Now
Proposed HOV access ramps for Norris Cyn

CCTA (Contra Costa Transit Authority) wants to construct HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) ramps connecting I-680 either to Norris Canyon Road or Executive Parkway. These ramps are projected to cost $102,000,000. These ramps are not necessary: Crow Canyon and Bollinger Canyon both have ramps to I-680, and they are less than a mile from Norris Canyon and Execuive Parkway. These ramps would be a waste of taxpayer money. These ramps will have a negative impact on the quality of life in San Ramon.

HOV freeway access ramps for city buses, UPS trucks on Norris Cyn Road will:

In 2010, the San Ramon City Council sent CCTA a letter, finding the construction of these ramps acceptable, without consulting the community at large. In 2011, the City Council sent CCTA another letter, giving CCTA the go-ahead on the construction of these ramps, again without consulting the community that elected them, and that they are paid to represent.

To stop these ramps from being constructed on the Norris Cyn overpass, San Ramon residents must convince the City Council to send a letter to CCTA, reversing their stated position of the 2010 and 2011 letters. The letter must clearly state that San Ramon does not find the addition of these ramps to Norris Cyn acceptable, and does not approve of their construction.

To motivate our city council to do the right thing SIGN THE PETITION