A partner agency can be any government organization that serves one or more of our counties in the Bay Area.
MTC most often works in collaboration with the following partners to keep the Bay Area moving:
- Transit Operators
- Congestion Management Agencies - CMAs
- Association of Bay Area Governments - ABAG
- Bay Area Air Quality Management District - BAAQMD
- San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission - BCDC
- California Highway Patrol - CHP
- California Department of Transportation - Caltrans
- Federal Agencies
MTC also works closely with local city and county jurisdictions, including public works and planning departments.
The Bay Area Partnership is a confederation that works to improve safety, mobility and air quality. Top executives from the following agencies make up this partnership:
- Public transit operators
- County congestion management agencies
- City and county public works departments
- U.S. Department of Transportation
- Environmental protection agencies
The executives work by consensus to improve our transportation network, including developing strategies for financing transportation improvements.
Residents choose from a number of options to get to and from work. Find out what they are in Vital Signs.
The condition of our local streets and roads is one of our primary concerns. It forms the foundation of our transportation system.
Our streets and roads provide access to jobs, homes, schools, and so much more. Get up-to-date and vital stats in Vital Signs.