CCC Mobility Hub Plan


Project OverviewContra Costa College campus entrance / Entrada del campus de Contra Costa College

The Contra Costa College Mobility Hub Master Plan will develop conceptual plans for infrastructure improvements for the broader area surrounding Contra Costa College in support of creating a mobility hub with transit-oriented development. This Plan will build upon the updated General Plan, the housing opportunity sites identified in the City’s Housing Element, the Contra Costa Electric Vehicle Readiness Blueprint, the bus rapid transit analysis in the San Pablo Avenue Multimodal Corridor Study, and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Corridor Study.

Image (to the right): Entrance to Contra Costa College.

Key Project Elements

The Project will include the following key elements:

  • Development of concept designs for street and open space improvements
  • Short, medium and long-term recommendations to improve transit, bicycle and pedestrian access by Contra Costa College
  • In-person and virtual outreach to Contra Costa College, AC Transit and other local stakeholders

Tentative Project Schedule

  • Plan Development: Spring 2022 – Fall 2023
  • Community Outreach: Summer 2022 – Spring 2023

Project Team

  • Project Manager: Sarah Kolarik, Environmental Program Analyst, City of San Pablo
  • Project Design Team: To be determined

Project Contact

If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Sarah Kolarik, at (510) 215-3068 or by email.

Project Funding

The total estimated cost of the Safe Routes to School Master Plan is $225,000.

The project has been made possible through the following funding sources:

  • City Funds: $25,000
  • Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA):
    • Transportation for Livable Communities, Measure J: $200,000CCTA 300
    • The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is a public agency formed by Contra Costa voters in 1988 to manage the County’s transportation sales tax program and to do countywide transportation planning. CCTA is responsible for maintaining and improving the County’s transportation system by planning, funding, and delivering critical transportation infrastructure projects and programs that connect our communities, foster a strong economy, increase sustainability, and safely and efficiently get people where they need to go. CCTA is also the county’s designated Congestion Management Agency (CMA), responsible for putting programs in place to keep traffic levels manageable.

For more information, visit CCTA.