Situated on the east side of the Bay Area, the Tri-Valley is an integral component of the Bay Area economy. With its robust research and development infrastructure and growing entrepreneurial environment, the Tri-Valley region has become a vital node in the Bay Area innovation system. But physical constraints that impede the movement of people and goods pose a threat to the Tri-Valley’s ability to maximize its economic contribution to the larger region. Improving transportation systems between the Tri-Valley and the broader region will support growing economic activity and strengthen the Bay Area's competitiveness.
How is the Tri-Valley economy changing?
How are the region's innovation assets developing?
How is the region linked to Silicon Valley and the broader Bay Area?
How is the Tri-Valley's transportation infrastructure enabling sustained economic growth?
How is the region positioning itself for the future?