Tri-Valley Rising

Tri-Valley Rising: Its Vital Role in the Bay Area Economy

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.

Contributors

Sean Randolph, PhD
Sean Randolph, PhD
Economic Institute Senior Director
Tracey Grose
Tracey Grose
Former Economic Institute Vice President
Jeff Bellisario
Jeff Bellisario
Economic Institute, Vice President
Alex Foard
Alex Foard
Economic Institute Former Research Associate

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Tri-Valley Rising

This report examines the unique value the Tri-Valley brings to the Bay Area economy and how it is changing. The report addresses the following questions:
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?