MTC works with many partners to manage a transportation system that ranges from sidewalks to regional rail, and that is owned and operated by dozens of government agencies. Strong collaboration creates better transportation systems for the Bay Area.
An interagency committee is composed of Commissioners and/or staff from MTC, and representatives from other agencies.
Upcoming and past meetings can be found at the bottom of each Committee page.
Working to get more people moving by foot, bike, skateboard, scooter, wheelchair and other forms of active transportation or “micromobility.”
Determines whether transportation projects and plans comply with state or federal air quality regulations.
Discussing issues related to the major arterial streets and roads that connect us.
Addresses issues of regional significance, including climate change and social and economic injustice.
Gathers top executives from the region’s many transportation-related agencies in order to improve safety, mobility and air quality.
Striving to make the region’s streets safer for everyone, especially pedestrians and bicyclists.
Working to guide the future of the Bay Area’s public transportation network as the region recovers from and adjusts to new conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Policy, oversight, direction, and authorization of significant business matters for the Clipper® fare payment system.
Oversight for the Transit Fare Coordination & Integration Study.
Discussing whether MTC and Association of Bay Area Governments should restructure their governing boards.
Considers planning activities and works on issues assigned by the Board.
A forum for cities to advocate for pavement maintenance funding.
Formed to advise participating agencies’ top executives on a wide range of transportation issues.
Provides input on updates to Plan Bay Area.
Supports social equity planning and analysis in the development of Plan Bay Area 2050.
Oversees the development of policies for commercial and general aviation airports.
Discussing new funding opportunities and issues that may affect transit agencies’ operating costs.
Prepares for disasters that could affect the Bay Area’s transportation infrastructure.