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Big & Bold Visions By The Dozen: MTC and ABAG Announce Transformative Project Finalists
MTC and ABAG today announced the selection of the finalists in a public competition launched earlier this year to solicit big, bold and billion-dollar (or more) ideas for improving mobility across the nine-county Bay Area.
You Say You Got a Real (Transportation) Solution? MTC, ABAG Would Love to Hear Your Plan
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) today kicked off an 11-week campaign to solicit big, bold and billion-dollar (or even more) ideas
What Does the Future Hold for the Bay Area?
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments have released a new online survey, available in English, Spanish and Chinese, for the public to weigh in on what they want the future of the Bay Area to look like.
Help Us Plan for the Future of the Bay Area!
What should the San Francisco Bay Area of the future look like? MTC and ABAG want to hear from Bay Area residents as the two partner agencies develop a blueprint for how our region lives, works and plays in the decades ahead.
Horizon and Plan Bay Area 2050 (RTP/SCS): Key Milestones 2018–2021
Toward a Shared Future: Appendices
Horizon Futures: External Forces: Summary
Attachment C - Full List of Submissions
Attachment B - Finalists from Transformative Projects
Expand Your Horizon Event: Toward a Shared Future
On September 26, 2018, MTC and ABAG staff hosted an event at WeWork Valley Towers in San Jose to discuss strategies to support a future Bay Area where transportation—everything from bikes, scooters
Horizon: Proposed Futures
Government agencies have traditionally planned for the future based on historic and current events.
Expand Your Horizon Event: Autonomous Vehicles Perspective Paper
Autonomous vehicles are set to be one of the greatest disrupters to transportation in our lifetime. What impact might they have on the Bay Area?
Horizon Peer Exchange
Recognizing that new technologies, natural or manmade disasters, economic booms and busts, political volatility or other external forces may fundamentally alter the Bay Area’s future and prompt shi