The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) last week launched a new program for partnering with major employers to improve peak-period traffic flows on select Bay Area freeways.
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New Partnership Program Helps Big Employers SHIFT Workers’ Commute Choices
Bay Area Affordable Housing Projects Receive Boost From Cap-and-Trade Grants
The California Strategic Growth Council yesterday awarded $17.5 million in state Cap-and-Trade funds to four affordable, transit-oriented housing projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.
777 New Units of Low-Income Housing to Be Built
OAKLAND, CA — Local transportation and planning officials are applauding yesterday’s action by California’s Strategic Growth Council to award over $47 million in state Cap-and-Trade funds to 11 aff
MTC Awards $44 Million in New Grants to Promote Livable Communities
OAKLAND, CA — This week, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) approved 22 new capital grants totaling $44 million through its Transportation for Livable Communities (TL
Bay Area Priority Conservation Area Grant Program: 2019 Competitive Grants Guidelines and Call for Proposals
Resilient By Design Competition News Release Rockefeller Foundation 2017
PDA Planning Elements
Transit Core Capacity Challenge Grant Program Memorandum (Nov. 2013)
Transit Core Capacity Challenge Grant Program Presentation
Rising Sea Level
The Rockefeller Foundation is funding a $4.6 million dollar grant to help the Bay Area pay for ten projects to deal with rising sea levels that are expected to increase by six to nine feet over the