Traveler Information

511 Live traffic map

Current traffic conditions, incidents, and road closures, construction, and more in interactive maps.

Transit Info

Routes and schedule information for all transit services.

Bridge Toll Information

Bridge
Cars
Antioch
$5.00
Benicia-Martinez
$5.00
Carquinez
$5.00
Dumbarton
$5.00
Richmond-San Rafael
$5.00
San Mateo-Hayward
$5.00
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
$6.00 Peak Commute Times
Golden Gate Bridge
$6.50

Meetings

Transbay Transit Center Cost Review Committee
TJPA
201 Mission Street
San Francisco
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
1:30 p.m.
Air Quality Conformity Task Force
Bay Area Metro Center
Mount Diablo (7th Floor)
375 Beale St.
San Francisco
Thursday, August 25, 2016
9:30 a.m.
Regional Advisory Working Group
Bay Area Metro Center
Yerba Buena, First Floor
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
9:30 a.m.
Regional Equity Working Group
Bay Area Metro Center
Tamalpais Conference Room
375 Beale St.
San Francisco
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
11:15 a.m.
Policy Advisory Council
Bay Area Metro Center
Board Room, First Floor
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
1:30 p.m.
Aug 09, 2016

State and local officials joined about 200 people from the surrounding community for the re-opening of a greatly improved Peabody Road last week.

Aug 17, 2016

Roads and bridges that are deficient, congested or lack desirable safety features cost California $53.6 billion annually due to higher vehicle operating costs, traffic crashes and congestion-related delays, according to a new report.

Aug 16, 2016

The California State Transportation Agency today announced $110 million in grants for five public transit projects benefiting the Bay Area.

Jul 25, 2016
It has been a long time coming — decades for some — but a $1.3 billion investment to improve the Highway 4 corridor in East Contra Costa County has hit a milestone: the expansion from four lanes to eight lanes of traffic has been completed.

Vital Signs

MTC is measuring the Bay Area’s performance on a range of issues to better understand where we are succeeding and where we are falling short.

We make better decisions about transportation, land use, the environment and the economy by collecting our region’s vital signs.

MTC developed Vital Signs – our interactive website that tracks what we’re doing now, what we’ve done in the past, and where we’re headed in the future.

Plans + Projects

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MTC crafts the long-range Plan Bay Area and other targeted plans, and champions the projects and initiatives aimed at fulfilling these visions.

Fund + Invest

United States money: bills and coins

MTC establishes regional funding priorities and allocates some $1.5 billion annually to public transit, highways, local streets and roads, freight facilities, and bicycle and pedestrian routes.

Operate + Coordinate

Transportation, Freeway, Bart, Bridge, San Francisco

MTC spearheads and manages regional programs such as the Clipper® transit fare card and forges the institutional ties needed to improve the efficiency of the transportation network.

Advocate + Lead

MTC promotes Bay Area priorities in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., and helps the region put its best foot forward in the often intense competition for state and federal transportation funding.

 

What Is MTC?

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The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC, is the transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

We’re part of every trip you take.

We collaborate with a network of other public agencies to help support the streets, roads, highways, transit systems and other transportation resources that help millions of people get to where they need to be.

Think BART, your ferry ride, miles of bike paths, FasTrak, freeway conditions, your commute times, our bridges... even climate change and how it affects the projects we work on.

MTC touches it all with a focus on building a stronger transportation system that works for everyone, promotes economic vitality and protects our environment.

Contact Us

Google Map of 375 Beale Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Do you want to get in touch with MTC?

For general questions or comments, call our main line: (415) 778-6700. You can also reach our Public Information line at (415) 778-6757.

Do you prefer email? Send us a message at info@mtc.ca.gov

Our address:

Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale St.
San Francisco, California 94105

Download the Bay Area Metro Center map here.