The Bay Area’s newest express lanes open Monday morning on Interstate 680 through the San Ramon Valley. The lanes allow solo drivers to use carpool lanes in exchange for a toll. Where: Interstate 680 southbound from Rudgear Road, Walnut Creek, to Alcosta Boulevard, San Ramon. Northbound from Alcosta Boulevard to Livorna Road, Alamo. When: Opens Monday. Hours: 5 a.m.-8 p.m., weekdays. Who can use them: Vehicles with two or more occupants, motorcycles, vehicles with Clean Air decals, and solo drivers who pay the toll. Tolls: 50-cent minimum, unlimited maximum.
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NOVEMBER 13, 2013
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FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - ALAMO CAPITAL
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