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How’s the maze mess affecting your commute?

By asoglin
Monday, April 30th, 2007 at 5:03 pm in Uncategorized.

The Contra Costa Times’ latest reader poll asks how your commute has been affected by the collapse of the MacArthur Maze. If you’re not stuck in traffic, cast your vote.

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4 Responses to “How’s the maze mess affecting your commute?”

  1. Sharon Rockey Says:

    I’m planning a trip back to the Bay Area end of May. Driving in the East Bay has always made me head spin, but now . . . .

    Can anyone tell me the best way to get from OAK to Richmond? I’ll be heading across the Carquinez Bridge, but if I can make my way on 80 to Richmond, I’ll be happy.

    s. rockey

  2. Cheryl Says:

    I’d take surface streets past the Maze. San Pablo Ave. goes all the way from Oakland to Richmond, and you could probably also use MLK Way.

  3. Sharon Rockey Says:

    Thanks! I’ll just check a freeway map and see if I can figure out where the off-ramps are – then around Powell or Ashby, I can jump back on 80.

  4. Marjorie Edwards Says:

    I moved 3,000 miles away 12 years ago after I quit a job that I had in Hayward and lived in Pinole because I was terrified of perishing on 880 or 580 after the ’89 quake (I was on 580 20 minutes before the collapse). The company I started working for in San Pablo was bought by a company in Eastern N.C. I’ve missed my homeland since. Sunday’s accident reassured me that, maybe, I’m in a better place. We just get hurricanes! But, I still miss the Bay Area!

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