Approximately $386 million in federal funds are set to go to 180 transportation projects in 95 jurisdictions across all nine Bay Area Counties through the One Bay Area Grant 2 (OBAG 2) County Program.
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OBAG 2 County Program to Provide $386 Million for 180 Projects Across the Region
New Map Cards Unlock Commute Routes and Recreation Destinations on the San Francisco Bay Trail
Discover 345 miles of walking and biking trails and explore the shoreline with updated Bay Trail Map Cards and a new Bay Trail website.
Children Cheer On Bay Trail Trekker
Kurt Schwabe’s quest to promote the Bay Trail by circling the San Francisco Bay on foot in 30 days this month is gaining momentum.
Walking School Buses Powered by Legs Instead of Wheels
Studies show that fewer children are walking and biking to school, but there’s a new trend in transportation that could reverse that. It’s called the walking school bus, although it has no wheels.
Pedestrian/Bike Lane at the Benicia-Martinez Bridge Set to Open
Be one of the very first to ride or walk across the newest bridge pedestrian/bicycle lane in the Bay Area.
MTC Chair Scott Haggerty Salutes the Bay Trail on Its 20th Anniversary
Over 100 enthusiastic guests celebrated the 20th anniversary of the San Francisco Bay Trail project at the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center on Saturday, June 6, 2009.
Presentation: San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge West Span Path Public Meeting (2018)
I-580 Access Improvement Project Approval Document (Aug 2016)
Complete Streets Checklist Guidance
Spare the Air Youth: Inclusion & Equity in School Commute Programs
Complete Streets Checklist
Bay Bridge Pedestrian Project
When the new Bay Bridge East Span opened in 2013, pedestrians and bicyclists fell in love with the 15-foot-wide shared-use pathway that stretched initially from Oakland to the iconic single tower a
Bay Bridge East Span Labor Day Weekend 2013
September 3, 2013