The Danville Town Council is set to talk about the Contra Costa Transportation Authority's Interstate 680 transit investment and congestion relief study during a Tuesday morning study session.
The regional agency's study is looking at mass transit options for a potential new half-cent transportation sales tax measure on the 2016 ballot, according to the staff report from Danville's administrative services director Tai Williams and transportation manager Andrew Dillard.
The council's discussion is expected to center on providing input on a new combined bus and advanced transportation technology option for the I-680 investment study, according to town officials.
The study session is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Danville town offices, 510 La Gonda Way.
In other business
* The council will receive an update on the Super Bowl 50 - Super Community program, which aims to bring interested Bay Area cities and towns together to promote activities and events within their communities during the week surrounding the NFL's Super Bowl which is being played this year at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, home of the San Francisco 49ers.
* Police chief Steve Simpkins will present an update on the "license plate recognition project."
* The council members will continue planning for the 34th annual Mayor's Installation and Community Service Awards event later this year.