See a map of the proposed changes and read AC Transit’s summary descriptions:
In order to improve service to Cal State University East Bay (CSU), AC Transit proposes to re-route the portion of Line 92 between CSU and Hayward BART. Instead of traveling along 2nd St. and Campus Dr., Line 92 buses would operate along Mission Blvd. and Carlos Bee Blvd. to CSU, where it would loop around campus and return to Hayward BART. Service frequency along the entire Line 92 route would be every 15 minutes.
With the changes to Line 92, AC Transit proposes to also re-route Line 94 to maintain service along 2nd St. The new routing will provide longer service hours but at reduced frequency. The line would operate all day every 60 minutes along 2nd St., Campus Dr., Hayward Blvd., Skyline Dr., Dobbel Ave. and Spencer Ln. Selected Line 94 trips would operate via East Ave., Windfelt Rd., and 2nd St. to provide service to Hayward High School at the school’s front entrance. The schedule, while not finalized as of this printing, will be designed to coordinate with the school’s bell times.
If adopted at the board’s meeting tomorrow night, the changes would go into effect in the fall.
Here’s how you can weigh in, in case the AC Transit directors aren’t reading this blog:
Individuals, organizations, and agencies may submit comments on the proposed service changes in a number of ways:
–Speak at the public hearing
–Submit written comments at the public hearing (to be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, on the second floor of 1600 Franklin St., Oakland)
–Submit written comments, which must be received by 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 23:
–By mail to AC Transit Board of Directors, 1600 Franklin St., Oakland, CA 94612
–By fax to (510) 891-4874
–By e-mail to email@example.com
–By online comment form at www.actransit.org/comment
–Leave comments in a voicemail message by 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 23, by calling (510) 891-4854