Discover 345 miles of walking and biking trails and explore the shoreline with updated Bay Trail Map Cards and a new Bay Trail website.
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New Map Cards Unlock Commute Routes and Recreation Destinations on the San Francisco Bay Trail
Bay Bridge West Span Bike Path Community Meeting Set for Jan. 20
The public is invited to attend the first community meeting for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (SFOBB) West Span Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Maintenance (BPM) Path Project on Wednesday, January
Richmond San-Rafael Bridge Access Improvement Project Seeks Inclusion into Plan Bay Area and Transportation Improvement Program
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) invite Bay Area residents to comment on a proposal to add the Richmond-San Rafael B
Bike to Work Day: The Scene in San Francisco
Children Cheer On Bay Trail Trekker
Kurt Schwabe’s quest to promote the Bay Trail by circling the San Francisco Bay on foot in 30 days this month is gaining momentum.
The San Francisco Bay Shoreline Guide: Your Passport to the San Francisco Bay Trail
The San Francisco Bay Trail Project is announcing the release of the second edition of the popular San Francisco Bay Shoreline Guide. Published by UC Press and funded by the State Coastal
Pedestrian/Bicycle Path Debuts on Benicia-Martinez Bridge
OAKLAND, CA — Festivities were held August 29 to mark the official opening of a new pedestrian/bicycle path on the George Miller, Jr. Memorial Bridge leading from Benicia to Martinez.
Pedestrian/Bike Lane at the Benicia-Martinez Bridge Set to Open
Be one of the very first to ride or walk across the newest bridge pedestrian/bicycle lane in the Bay Area.
MTC Chair Scott Haggerty Salutes the Bay Trail on Its 20th Anniversary
Over 100 enthusiastic guests celebrated the 20th anniversary of the San Francisco Bay Trail project at the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center on Saturday, June 6, 2009.
High-Speed Rail Bond Measure Passes
The November 4 election brought sweeping changes across the nation, including in the realm of transportation.