Project Overview

The City of Livermore strives to maintain a safe and convenient transportation network. The City is conducting a Corridor Study on East Avenue that will enhance mobility and safety for all modes of transportation. The study focuses on East Avenue between S. Livermore Avenue and S. Vasco Road. This segment has been identified as a priority corridor in Livermore Bicycle, Pedestrian & Trails Active Transportation Plan. The study will evaluate existing conditions, identify issues, and provide alternatives to mitigate traffic-related issues.


Your input is very important for this study and what we hear from you and your neighbors will be used to prepare recommendations for this roadway. Please participate by joining

us at community workshops.


Events Information

Upcoming Events

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    The purpose of this Community Workshop is to present the hybrid alternative based on Community Workshop No. 2 and engineering validation.
Community Workshop Videos

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Proposed Alternatives

The project team has developed three alternatives based on community inputs. These alternatives consider a range of improvement strategies as summarized below.

Street lighting will be improved up to applicable standards for all the alternatives

Click the download button below to download the conceptual alternatives in the document format.

Click the download button below to download the photo simulations in the document format.

East Ave Concepts_Alternative Comparison

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Photo simulations

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Segment 1 East Ave looking east towards 6th St
Alternative 1: 4 Travel Lanes with Class II Bike Lanes and No Parking



The reports, memorandums, and presentations related to this study will be uploaded to this section. Click on the button below to download the document.

Alternative Selection Survey

Please participate in the alternative selection survey to help us identify the community preferred alternative. We conducted community workshop #2 on November 12, 2020, to go through the three proposed alternatives. We highly encourage you to view the workshop videos and then take the survey. 

The survey will close on Thursday, December 31, 2020.

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