It could generate $485 million over 30 years, according to an annual report.
San Benito County Council of Governments issues four policy recommendations to Hollister, SJB and the county.
COG to hear plan at Nov. 19 meeting.
Transportation agency sees increase of about $900K compared to last fiscal year.
Looking to stay within budget, the two transportation agencies conduct a value analysis of the project resulting in six potential alternatives.
Agency estimates Hwy 25 widening will take nine years.
Survey examines three choices for travel between Hollister and Gilroy.
Caltrans not keen on overpass idea, citing safety and timetable concerns.
Caltrans attributes holdup to right-of-way acquisition and utility relocation agreements.
Value analysis will be conducted in early 2020.
Meeting is expected to cover plans on how to provide faster transportation services between Hollister and Gilroy.
If enough passengers ride on the free service days, County Express will be eligible to apply for the same grant in the upcoming year to offer the free rides once again.
Event to celebrate growth of children by providing more than 40 interactive learning stations.
Updated after 5/16 COG meeting: Only one category left unfilled as directors ask staff to do outreach for a trade/labor representative.
Local transportation agency now accepting applications for an 11-member citizens oversight committee to ensure Measure G funds are spent according to plan.