Bay Area Headquarters Authority (BAHA)

The Bay Area Headquarters Authority (BAHA) manages and maintains the Bay Area Metro Center building in San Francisco.

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The Bay Area Headquarters Authority (BAHA) looks after the management and operation of the Bay Area Metro Center building. It is the headquarters for MTC, the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District).

This 6 member authority meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 9:40 a.m.

Committee Members

BAHA is a six-member committee of MTC commissioners and is a joint powers authority between MTC and the Bay Area Toll Authority.

  • Alfredo Pedroza, Chair
  • Nick Josefowitz, Vice Chair
  • Federal D. Glover
  • Libby Schaaf
  • Amy R. Worth
  • Vacant

Staff Contact

Kimberly Ward, Executive Office
Phone: (415) 778-5367
Email: kward@bayareametro.gov

What are MTC Authorities?

MTC Authorities have been created by state law to carry out approved projects for building a better Bay Area.

Joint Powers Authority

MTC Authorities often work together with other agencies that are not mandated by law. These are called “joint powers authority” and are partnerships between similar agencies across separate local or state governments.

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