Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Chair Scott Haggerty today commended the U.S. House of Representative’s infrastructure bill — the $1.5 trillion “Moving Forward Act” (H.R.
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MTC Chair Urges Passage of Huge Infrastructure Bill
New Report Takes Deep Dive into Rising Seas
The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) today issued a pioneering analysis of the myriad impacts rising sea level will have on Bay Area communities, illuminating where
Caltrain Electrification Project Charges Forward
Work is getting under way on the long-awaited Caltrain electrification project, thanks to the Federal Transit Administration’s action in May 2017 to finally approve a Full-Funding Grant Agreement (
November 2016 Ballot Measure Results
All but two of the 22 local and regional transportation and housing ballot measures endorsed by the MTC Commission were approved by voters in last night's election.
MTC Announces Positions on November 2016 Ballot Measures
MTC has endorsed 22 local ballot measures to fund transportation and affordable housing and opposes Proposition 53, a proposed statewide constitutional amendment that would create new hurdles to funding infrastructure improvements.
Behind the Orange Cone: The Central Subway Reveals the Beginnings of Future Stations
Starting construction in 2013, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) Central Subway project has reached the halfway point on its timeline, with completion expected in 2019.
Caltrans Releases Plans Detailing Critical Infrastructure Funding Shortfalls Facing California’s Highway System
According to projections detailed in plans released today, Caltrans will need approximately $80 billion over the next ten years to address current and future needs of the state highway system—a pro
California High-Speed Rail Authority Hosts Official Groundbreaking Ceremony
Marking significant progress toward modernizing California’s transportation infrastructure, the California High-Speed Rail Authority yesterday brought together hundreds of supporters and government
Loma Prieta 25 Years Later: Region Braces for the Big One
On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the devastating Loma Prieta quake, the traveling public can rest assured that the Bay Area’s transportation system is far better prepared to withstand the next
High-Speed Rail Bond Measure Passes
The November 4 election brought sweeping changes across the nation, including in the realm of transportation.
Adapting to Rising Tides Bay Area (Short Report) March 2020
California Transportation by the Numbers: Meeting the State’s Need for Safe, Smooth and Efficient Mobility
White Paper – Infrastructure Financing for Infill Development in the Bay Area
Bay Area Transportation: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going
Basic Maintenance: the Foundation for Posterity
Our American Infrastructure: America's Leaders in Their Own Words
A 250-year perspective on mobility investment from the U.S.
Resilient by Design
Sea Levels are on the rise. The evidence can be found on shorelines all over the planet. Countries around the world will have to adapt.
Vital Signs: Transportation
The Vital Signs update on transportation data, highlights the latest trends for commuting, congestion, transit ridership, and infrastructure conditions in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Commonwealth Club Panel on Infrastructure
Once admired around the world, the US Instructure of highways, transit and city streets is now lagging far behind othe rmodern countries.