Top officials from more than a dozen local and state transportation agencies joined together in San Francisco to show solidarity with the national Stand Up for Transportation campaign.
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Quotes From California and Bay Area Leaders in Support of Stand Up for Transportation
Bay Area Leaders to Stand Up for Transportation, Urge Congress to Pass Long-Term Funding Bill
Top officials from more than a dozen Bay Area transit agencies will join together on Thursday, April 9
New Bay Area Bike Share Proposal Expands Across Five Bay Area Cities
AC Transit and BART Collaborate to Enhance Service for Late Night Commuters
AC Transit and BART today collaborated to launch a one-year pilot program that increases the options for late night commuters, providing new destinations and improved frequency of predawn buses bet
Bay Area Transit Hub Is Shaping Up
What is now a four-block hole in the ground will soon give rise to a five-level multimodal transit mecca with striking wave-like walls.
511 Launches New Real-Time Transit Tool
OAKLAND, CA — The Bay Area’s award-winning 511 traveler information system this week introduces its latest upgrade: a free, real-time w
Clipper Card Program Attains 20-Million-Monthly Transaction Mark
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) announced today that the popular Clipper® transit fare card program reached its highest usage rate ever, with 20,058,055 transactions
Clipper® Transit-Fare Payment System to Add East Bay, Sonoma County Bus Operators
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)’s Operations Committee today paved the way for expansion of the popular Clipper program by the end of 2015 to the Liv
AC Transit Eliminates Photo Requirement for Youth Clipper® Cards
Citing it as an unnecessary obstacle, the AC Transit Board of Directors has eliminated the requirement for a photo ID on the AC Transit Youth Clipper® card.
City of Berkeley Launches Innovative "goBerkeley" Program
“Go Bears!” is the popular chant in these parts, but it might take a back seat to “Go Berkeley!” thanks to a comprehensive new program that aims to reduce driving and air pollution in the city.