Steady rain this morning failed to dampen enthusiasm among participants in a public celebration held at BART’s new Warm Springs/South Fremont station to christen the agency’s long-awaited Warm Springs Extension, which will open for service tomorrow, Saturday, March 25.
An ADA-accessible minibus, operated by S.F. Minibus, is available to the public on MTC committee and commission meeting days, as well as for select ABAG and BAAQMD meetings.
Adapted from a Caltrans release.
Caltrans has announced longer hours for the bicycle/pedestrian path on the East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
BART announces that the Warm Springs Extension will open for service on Saturday, March 25, 2017, with a community celebration planned for the day before; the agency also releases a stunning video capturing the art and architecture of the Warm Spring station.
This Saturday, hundreds of high school students will gather in San Francisco to collaborate on new ideas to tackle climate change in the Bay Area and worldwide. The goal of the Youth for the Environment and Sustainability (YES) Conference, to be held at the Bay Area Metro Center on Feb.
MTC, UC San Francisco and Kaiser Permanente today announce a partnership with Waze Carpool to encourage employees to carpool to work.
The Hub at @ 375 Beale is the Bay Area’s newest resource for transportation information and services.
The Rockefeller Foundation yesterday announced a $4.6 million grant to a coalition of Bay Area leaders to create the Bay Area: Resilient by Design Challenge — a competition that will engage innovators, community members, policy makers, designers, architects, developers and others from around the globe in developing creative, realistic and long-lasting infrastructure solutions for climate and seismic challenges confronting the San Francisco Bay Area.
Starting January 23rd, commuters who carpool to the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station with the Scoop app will be guaranteed parking until 10 a.m.
MTC today updated nine performance indicators on the San Francisco Bay Area economy. The latest Vital Signs release underscores robust economic conditions in the region, with economic output reaching a new record of over $722 billion in 2015.