During the COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place Order:
The Transportation Division of the Public Works Department continues business operations in accordance with State and Alameda County Health Orders. We encourage residents, businesses, vendors, and contractors to utilize online tools, email, and telephone calls to conduct business with Public Works. For service requests, or to report an issue, please use the City’s Request Tracker system, which staff continues to monitor.
Dublin Traffic Code
The Dublin Traffic Code was adopted by City Council on November 23, 1987, and has subsequently been amended several times. The Traffic Code is a compilation of traffic-related ordinances and resolutions, including but not limited to: speed limits, stop signs, traffic signals, and no parking zones.
The City of Dublin is committed to creating and maintaining Complete Streets that provide safe, comfortable, and convenient travel along and across streets that serve all categories of users, including:
- Emergency Responders
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- Users/operators of public transportation
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Potential improvements that will be considered with these goals in mind include:
- Accessible curb ramps
- Bicycle Lanes
- Bicycle parking facilities and lockers
- Bicycle routes
- Paved shoulders
- Pedestrian signals
- Planting strips
- Public transportation stops and facilities
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- Shared use paths
- Street furniture
- Street trees and landscaping
- Traffic signals
- Transit priority signalization
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The Transportation Division is responsible for all of the operations of the transportation network. For details about these functions, please use the navigation bar to the left.
Portions of the transportation programs are funded by Measure B, the half-cent transportation sales tax approved by voters in 2000. In November 2014, Alameda County voters approved Measure BB, which renewed the half-cent transportation sales tax approved in 2000 (Measure B), and increased the tax by an additional half cent to fund Alameda County Transportation Committee's (ACTC) 2014 Transportation Expenditure Plan and the Vehicle Registration Fee (VRF) Program approved by voters in 2010. Please visit the Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) website for more information regarding these funding sources.
For More Information
If you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at 925-833-6630.