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Mobility Hubs

Mobility Hubs offer access to many different ways of getting around. MTC coordinates, funds and provides technical assistance for new Mobility Hubs to support first and last mile connections through access to multiple travel options.

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Mobility Hubs Overview

See the Mobility Hubs Playbook and more.

Learn more about Mobility Hubs.
Technical Assistance

Local agency staff: Get Mobility Hub and related resources.

Visit the TA Portal.
Mobility Hubs Grants

Check this page for future details on the 2022-2023 Mobility Hubs grant program.

Mobility hubs are places in a community that bring together public transit, bike share, car share and other ways for people to get where they want to go without a private vehicle.

Built around frequent and high-capacity transit, mobility hubs offer a safe, comfortable, convenient and accessible space to seamlessly transfer from one type of transportation to another.

Where are Bay Area Mobility Hubs?

Mobility hubs can be located where transit services already come together, or in communities and locations where transportation is needed the most. MTC has prioritized pilot investments for regionally significant mobility hubs.

Staff Contact

Krute Singa, Principal Regional Planner
Phone: (415) 778-5365
Email: ksinga@bayareametro.gov

Vehicle Miles Traveled

How far do people travel when they get behind the wheel in the Bay Area? Get the statistics at the Vital Signs website.

Visit the Vital Signs website.
Congestion on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Mobility Hubs in Affordable Housing

MTC is partnering with TransForm to pilot a site-specific suite of mobility services for residents of three affordable-housing communities.

Learn more.
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Past Mobility Hub Pilots

In 2021, seven pilots were funded through a competitive process. Learn about the Mobility Hub Pilot Projects n on the Technical Assistance portal.

Part of Plan Bay Area 2050

The mobility hub program is a Climate Initiative strategy from Plan Bay Area 2050. It aims to:

  • Increase transit access and connectivity
  • Focus growth
  • Increase transit-oriented development
  • Provide viable travel options to all Bay Area communities

Learn about Plan Bay Area 2050.