November 15, 2011 > Dumbarton Bridge bus routes slated for changes
Dumbarton Bridge bus routes slated for changes
Submitted By AC Transit
The AC Transit Board of Directors will consider the restructure of the Dumbarton Express lines in southern Alameda County, specifically adjusting service in Fremont and Newark. The modifications could result in a reduced bus service but would not curtail operations by more than 3,073 annual service hours.
To gauge the potential impact on customers, the Board will solicit input at a public hearing on Wednesday, November 16, 2011, at 4 p.m. on the second floor at AC Transit headquarters, 1600 Franklin Street, Oakland.
The Dumbarton Express service connects the South Bay to the East Bay via the Dumbarton Bridge. Service restructuring will include the elimination of Line DB3 and some trip eliminations and schedule changes to lines DB and DB1.
If approved by the Board of Directors, the service restructure on the Dumbarton Express will be implemented on December 16, 2011.
Comments may also be submitted by voicemail at (510) 891-7201. To leave comments in Spanish, call (510) 891-7291, or in Chinese, call (510) 891-7292. To request sign or foreign language interpreters at the hearing, call (510) 891-7201.
The proposed cuts in bus service are detailed on AC Transit's website at www.ACTransit.org, available in printed format at the District's General Offices, 1600 Franklin Street, Oakland, and at a variety of other locations, including main county and city offices and main libraries within the District's service area. For information on locations and availability in your specific area, call (510) 891-4764.
Dumbarton Bridge Bus Routes Public Hearing
Wednesday Nov 16
AC Transit Headquarters
1600 Franklin Street, Oakland