Programs & Projects

MTC’s programs and projects include all major pieces of the Bay Area’s transportation puzzle, including bridges, freeways, local streets, transit hubs, bikeways, commuter programs and more.

Karl Nielsen

MTC plays a major role in the transportation infrastructure and projects that keep the Bay Area moving — and we’re always thinking about new ways to make it better.


The Bay Area’s seven state-run toll bridges make up an important network for vehicle traffic across the bay.

The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Disaster Preparedness & Recovery

During times of emergency, how does MTC help keep the Bay Area safe and moving?

A stack of street safety barriers
Forward Commute Initiatives

The “Forward” commute initiatives are a series of projects designed to improve commuting and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

A bridge, bicycle path and express bus images combined together.

MTC is responsible for the planning, management and coordination of Bay Area freeways.

Aerial view of Interstate 880 in Alameda County
Intelligent Transportation Systems

Bay Area transportation is getting “smarter” — and MTC is leading the way with Intelligent Transportation Systems planning.

 An automated vehicle waits while a person crosses at a crosswalk.
Streets, Roads & Arterials

MTC supports programs that help Bay Area cities and counties make their streets and roads safer and more efficient.

Aerial view of Interstate 880 in Alameda County.