Arterial Operations Committee

Large streets and roads knit the Bay Area’s communities together. MTC staff, city and county traffic engineers, and traffic engineering consultants meet to discuss issues related to major arterial streets and roads.

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Bill Hall

The Arterial Operations Committee meets quarterly to discuss issues related to major arterial streets and roads, and to promote projects that:

  • Reduce travel time
  • Reduce emissions
  • Enhance safety

Committee Activities

The Arterial Operations Committee, with support from our Arterial Operations Program, provides a forum for both public agencies and private companies to stay abreast of new industry practices and share lessons learned.

Topics may include:

  • The impacts of regional projects on arterial streets and roads
  • Air quality conformity
  • Project funding
  • Upcoming grant and training opportunities
  • New publications

Staff Contact

Robert Rich, Design & Project Delivery
Phone: (415) 778-6621
Email: rrich@bayareametro.gov

Did You Know?

MTC’s work on major thoroughfares - called arterials - helps improve travel times, reduce exhaust emissions and enhance traffic safety.

Learn about the Arterial Operations Program.
Traffic Signals

MTC’s Program for Arterial System Synchronization (PASS) helps improve the safety and operating efficiency of select traffic signal systems and corridors.

Learn more.
Street Pavement Conditions

How well-maintained are the Bay Area’s local streets? See the historical data on pavement conditions at Vital Signs.

Get the data.
Complete Streets

Complete Streets are streets designed for all users, including people who walk, bike, drive and use public transit. Learn how MTC supports Complete Streets programs.

Find out more.
Committee Members

The Committee includes MTC staff, city and county traffic engineers, and traffic engineering consultants.

Related Seminars

MTC’s Technology Transfer Program offers free, half-day seminars on a variety of topics of interest to local traffic engineers, planners, students, etc.

These seminars include technical presentations by topic experts, as well as presentations from local engineers on recent projects.

See upcoming Tech Transfer seminars.

Related Meetings