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The Joint MTC ABAG Legislation Committee on March 11, 2022 was highlighted by the members’ vote to support of state Sen. Josh Becker’s Seamless Transit Transformation Act, Senate Bill 17 (SB 917), if...

While federal transportation dollars account for less than 10% of the Bay Area’s total planned transportation investments, the Bay Area depends on this money for transit, road repair, safety and...

In November 2021, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) into law, allocating roughly $1 trillion to upgrade transportation infrastructure, help close the digital divide...

To help solve the Bay Area’s growing congestion problems, MTC worked with the state Legislature to authorize a ballot measure — RM 3 (Senate Bill 595) — that will finance highway and transit...

California’s Cap and Trade program reduces pollution by imposing limits on current greenhouse gas emissions. It is also an important funding source for Bay Area transportation projects that reduce...

There are a range of policies at the state level that impact Bay Area transportation. MTC advocates for our current and future transportation needs. Cap and Trade Advocacy MTC helps Bay Area partners...

MTC regularly convenes housing industry leaders, government officials and equity advocates to discuss regional housing solutions. MTC’s areas of responsibility include making sure transportation...

State legislators work on a variety of policies that affect funding for the Bay Area, and it’s important that the region’s interests are represented. MTC ensures that the region has a place at the...

MTC works with cities, counties, transit agencies and other partners to achieve success as a region — so local interests do not compete against each other. By looking at the needs of the entire region...

MTC has helped secure CIG funding for nearly every recent major transit expansion in the Bay Area. The Bay Area’s project priorities are outlined in MTC’s Regional Transit Expansion Program. Capital...