Your Tri Valley Home may become worth even more money if the planned Toll Road on 580 goes through, but you will need to wait until 2011. The Alameda County Congestion Management Agency proposed a second toll lane that may open along a 12-mile stretch of eastbound Interstate 580. What does this mean for Tri Valley Home owners? Well, for Pleasanton home owners and Dublin home owners currently using the freeway is a nightmare at peak times, but Dennis Fay, executive director of the congestion management agency said. “If you’re in a hurry to pick up a child, it may be worth it to use the faster lane,” and “If there is no rush, they can stay in the regular lanes.”
The Contract is scheduled to be awarded this spring, and construction is to begin in the summer, according to Caltrans.
No doubt, this is a much needed solution to the congestion problem on 580, not only for tri valley home owners, but also residents traveling to Tracy, Manteca and beyond. Is it the only solution…
The added benefit to Pleasanton home owners and Dublin home owners is that our area will receive a positive light and more people will become comfortable moving here with commute ease.