News and Stories
Blue Ribbon Task Force to Guide Recovery Of Bay Area Transit Network in Post-Pandemic Future
Bay Area Transit Agencies Receive First Wave of Federal Support
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today approved the allocation of more than $780 million of federal funds to cash-strapped Bay Area transit agencies through the Coronavirus Aid, Rel
Transit, Housing Get Relief in Massive COVID-19 Assistance Package
President Trump last Friday signed into law the $2 trillion COVID-19 emergency relief package —negotiated in coordination with Speaker Pelosi — passed by Congress earlier today.
Salesforce Transit Center Poised for July 1 Reopening
The Peer Review Panel convened in 2018 by MTC to review activities undertaken in response to the fracturing of two steel girders at the Salesforce Transbay Transit Center announced on June 10, 2019 that it takes no exception to a recommendation that the facility be reopened.
WETA Breaks Ground on Richmond Ferry Terminal
The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) and the city of Richmond today are breaking ground on the Richmond Ferry Terminal.
SMART Ready to Roll
The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) District will begin full passenger train service this Friday, August 25, 2017, thanks to the Federal Railroad Administration's decision last week to give the system a green light.
What Does the Future Hold for Clipper®?
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Bay Area transit agencies remind residents that just one week remains to weigh in on suggested improvements to the region’s Clipper®
BART Celebration Marks Completion of Long Route to Warm Springs
Steady rain this morning failed to dampen enthusiasm among participants in a public celebration held at BART’s new Warm Springs/South Fremont station to christen the agency’s long-awaited Warm Springs Extension, which will open for service tomorrow, Saturday, March 25.
BART Service to Warm Springs to Begin in Late March
BART announces that the Warm Springs Extension will open for service on Saturday, March 25, 2017, with a community celebration planned for the day before; the agency also releases a stunning video capturing the art and architecture of the Warm Spring station.
MTC, Bay Area Council Release First-Ever Shuttle Census
Public and private shuttle services around the Bay Area carried more passengers in the 2014-15 fiscal year than all but six of the region’s public transit agencies, according to the 2016 Bay Area Shuttle Census, released this month by MTC and the Bay Area Council.
Final Goals and Objectives Adopted
Welcome Letter & Packet for the 5/29 Blue Ribbon Transit Recovery Task Force Meeting
Means-Based Fare Program Framework-May 2018
Map: Directions to 375 Beale
Draft 2017 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan
Transit Stories: Bay Area
SB1 dollars fix potholes and rebuild streets all over California. SB1 also contributes tens of millions of dollars to Transit Agencies. The amounts to Bay Area transit agencies are substantial.