Depending on the magnitude of sea level rise over the coming decades, between 3 percent to 7 percent of Bay Area residents may be vulnerable to rising tides.
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Impact of Sea Level Rise Headlines Bay Area Environment Data on Interactive Website
BikeMobiles Offer Free Bike Repairs Summer 2015
“Bring us your tired, your rusty, your broken bicycles.” That’s the motto of MTC’s Bay Area BikeMobile program — a bike repair shop on wheels that appears at schools, libraries and festivals.
2015 Bay Area Team Bike Challenge Tops Participation Record
OAKLAND, CA — However you measure Team Bike Challenge’s impact — whether it’s the number of people who participated, the amount of green miles cycled, the pounds of carbon dioxide removed from the
Oakland Trumps San Jose in Mayors’ Bike-Off Challenge
The results are in from the Oakland-San Jose Mayors’ Bike-Off Challenge, an offshoot of Bike to Work Month in May.
MTC Gives Green Light to Major Bike Share Expansion
Bike sharing will expand tenfold in the Bay Area under a plan approved unanimously by the MTC Commission today.
Meet the New Bike Share Bike
The star of today’s press conference at the MetroCenter was arguably Motivate’s new bike share bike, which will be rolled out first in New York this summer before coming to the Bay Area with the in
Threat of Rain Does Not Deter Bike to Work Day Riders
OAKLAND, CA — The forecast of rain could not keep tens of thousands of bike commuters across the Bay Area from participating in Bike to Work Day’s 21st birthday celebration.
MTC Augments Bike Share Expansion Proposal
A revised staff proposal unveiled at today’s MTC Administration Committee meeting would add new features to the Bay Area Bike Share
Celebrate National Bike Month by Biking to Work on May 14
OAKLAND, CA — What better way to participate in National Bike Month in May than by getting on a bicycle and pedaling as part of the 21st annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day on Thursda