MTC has endorsed 22 local ballot measures to fund transportation and affordable housing and opposes Proposition 53, a proposed statewide constitutional amendment that would create new hurdles to funding infrastructure improvements.
MTC is seeking comments on Plan Bay Area 2040's recently released Draft Preferred Scenario, a framework for accommodating projected regional household and employment growth in the nine-county Bay Area.
Ten years after California adopted the toughest greenhouse gas emission reduction goals in the nation, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. yesterday strengthened that commitment, signing Senate Bill 32.
The Bay Area FasTrak® website been restored and is functioning as expected. At this time, the Customer Service Center is completely up and running.
Bay Area artists, landscape architects, designers and planners toured a salvage yard at the demolition site of the original East Span to view steel elements that are included in the Oakland Museum’s Bay Bridge Steel Program.
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.
The California State Transportation Agency today announced $110 million in grants for five public transit projects benefiting the Bay Area.
The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge corridor will soon see congestion relief with a $40 million investment from MTC through the “Bay Bridge Forward” initiative.
Caltrans, the Alameda County Transportation Commission and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority this month will begin the sequenced introduction of a series of high-tech efforts to ease congestion, improve safety and boost travel-time reliability along Interstate 80.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is recruiting for four vacant positions on its Policy Advisory Council, a citizen advisory committee created by the Commission in November 2009.