Cupertino hit hard by Bay Area traffic increase

Cupertino is one of many Bay Area cities impacted by an extreme increase in traffic.

No surprise to Bay Area commuters, a report released Monday by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission found that traffic congestion is up 80 percent since 2008.

The report lists the top 10 most congested freeways, two of which move directly through Cupertino. Stay tuned for more on traffic issues in and around Cupertino this Thursday Sept. 28, 2017, as the City Council speaker series concludes with a transportation panel.

Here is the list:

  1. U.S. Highway 101, northbound/Interstate 80, eastbound, p.m. in San Francisco County: Interstate 280 to Treasure Island Tunnel
  2. Interstate 80, westbound, all day in Alameda, Contra Costa & San Francisco counties: SR-4 to Fremont Street
  3. U.S. Highway 101, southbound, p.m. in Santa Clara County: Shoreline Boulevard to Oakland Road
  4. Interstate 680, northbound, p.m. in Alameda County: Mission Boulevard/SR-262 to Andrade Road
  5. Interstate 880, northbound, p.m. in Alameda County: Mowry Avenue to Winton Avenue
  6. Interstate 280, southbound, p.m. in Santa Clara County: Foothill Expressway to Seventh/10th/Virginia Street
  7. Interstate 80, eastbound, p.m. in Alameda County: West Grand Avenue to Gilman Street
  8. Interstate 680, northbound, p.m. in Contra Costa County: Crow Canyon Road to Contra Costa Boulevard
  9. State Route 24, eastbound, p.m. in Alameda and Contra Costa counties: Interstate 580/Interstate 980 to Interstate 680
  10. State Route 4, eastbound, p.m. in Contra Costa County: Morello Avenue to Port Chicago Highway

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