tabber2Overview This project proposes to construct operational and safety improvements on I-880 at the existing overcrossings of 23rd and 29th Avenues in the City of Oakland. Improvements include replacement of the freeway overcrossing structures, improvements to the northbound on and off ramps as well as the freeway mainline. The total project cost is currently estimated at $102 million; the majority of which is funded with $73 million from the Trade Corridor Improvements Fund (TCIF) of the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006; approved by the voters as Proposition 1B in November 2006. Caltrans project web page Details Alameda County Transportation Commission - Project Fact Sheet (March 2013) Schedule The final Project Report (PR) and Environmental Document (ED) were approved by Caltrans in April 2010. Final design, right-of-way (ROW) activities and utility relocation efforts are underway. Final Design documents were submitted to Caltrans Headquarters for review in September 2012. Completion of the Final Design phase of the project occurred in 2013; the California Transportation Commission (CTC) then voted on the allocation of funds for construction of the project. In Summer 2014, construction began, and is expected to be completed by 2019.