Frequent commuters on Interstate Highway 280 from Palo Alto to San Jose can provide feedback on how to improve conditions along the corridor at a community meeting this evening.
The public can provide input for a study underway on a 22-mile stretch from Palo Alto at the San Mateo County border to the interchange of Highway 280, U.S. Highway 101 and Interstate Highway 680 in San Jose, according to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Quinlan Center's Cupertino Room at 10185 Stelling Road in Cupertino.
The agency is looking for areas they should focus on to help reduce traffic, increase safety and address issues for pedestrians and bicyclists.
The $750,000 project is also exploring ways to boost public transit connections, improve the roads and provide a plan for noise abatement.
The study is expected to produce a report in the spring and lead to transportation projects on the corridor, agency officials said.
Another meeting is scheduled for Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. at San Jose City Hall's Committee Room 1-119 at 200 E. Santa Clara St.
People can also provide their input through an online survey at 280survey.vta.org/page/welcome.