MTC plans for safe, efficient, equitable public transit services throughout the Bay Area.
Almost eight million people live in the Bay Area, and on a typical day, more than 120,000 people commute into the region for work.
This plan explores ways to make the current and future regional rail system better, including improvements that will allow for connections with the future California high speed rail network.
This program identifies the top priorities for new Bay Area transit projects, and it helps the region compete with other metro areas for state and federal funding.
This plan aims to improve the Bay Area’s public transportation network to create a more user-friendly and connected system.
See vehicle traffic and public transit ridership numbers from 2019 to the present.