2023 Year in Review
Grand Opening Celebration: San Mateo County 101 Express Lanes Ribbon Cutting
The San Mateo 101 Express Lanes project came in both on-time and on-budget when it fully opened in both directions along 22 miles of the corridor in March. The project also funds a growing benefits program that helps underserved community members pay for transit or use the lanes.
Click through the links below to see more details of the highlighted 2023 programs and projects.
A project to reinvent the area surrounding Highway 92 at US 101 in San Mateo as a mobility hub and smart corridor was formally kicked off earlier this year. The existing Caltrans Park and Ride lot, located at 19th Avenue and Fashion Island Boulevard, is part of the redesign concept.
The TA began collecting ideas from the community on how to reduce congestion and improve mobility as part of the 101 Corridor Connect project.
It likely won’t be long before automated vehicles (AVs) show up along the Peninsula and in Silicon Valley, so San Mateo County transportation experts are working to create a strategic plan.
An exciting demonstration took place along El Camino Real in the city of South San Francisco this past summer to test safety and efficiency for pedestrians, bikes and transit.
The $14.6 million University Avenue project becomes the second path in East Palo Alto designed to help pedestrians and cyclists safely navigate between areas of the city separated by a freeway for more than 90 years. Contruction began in early 2023.