Motivate and MTC seeking public feedback on proposed new station locations for the final phase of the Bay Area program’s tenfold expansion
MTC has entered into a data-sharing partnership between its Service Authority for Freeways (SAFE) unit and Waze, the free, real-time crowdsourced navigation app.
The public is invited to a pair of open houses in Richmond on Thursday, Dec. 8 and in San Rafael on Friday, Dec. 9 to learn more about the Interstate 580 Access Improvement Projects now beginning construction in the heavily traveled Richmond-San Rafael Bridge corridor.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today marked the 10th anniversary of the Bay Area’s Clipper electronic transit fare payment card.
MTC will present 13 “Excellence in Motion” awards during a ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 26, to honor people, projects and organizations for exceptional contributions to Bay Area transportation.
Motivate and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today announced a bold commitment to ensure that bike sharing is accessible to all Bay Area residents.
The Youth for Environment and Sustainability, or YES, Conference, returns to the Bay Area at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at the new Bay Area Metro Center at 375 Beale Street in San Francisco.
MTC today unveiled its annual ranking of the Bay Area’s most congested freeway segments, with the afternoon drive on northbound U.S. 101 and eastbound Interstate 80 in San Francisco ranking as the region’s most congested location.
After achieving strong bi-partisan support in the State Legislature the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program has been signed into law by Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.
This pathbreaking conference brings together thought leaders and innovators to discuss the relationship between public transit and land-use, examine best practices in transit-oriented development, and look at how to maintain diversity in the face of a changing urban landscape.