The Metropolitan Transportation Commission today joined the Bay Area Air Quality Management District in approving the launch of the Bay Area Com
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Air District and MTC Approve Commuter Benefits Pilot Program
Nomination Deadline Nears for MTC Transportation Awards Program
OAKLAND, CA — Has an organization in your community worked hard to “calm” busy streets or to promote alternatives to driving alone?
Commuter Benefits Program
After a series of public workshops held in fall 2013, the Air District is proposing adoption of Regulation 14: Mobile Source Emissions Reduction Measures, Rule 1: Bay Area Commuter Benefits Pro
MTC Seeks Nominations for Transportation Awards Program
OAKLAND, CA — When it comes to transportation, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) wants to know: What moves you?
City of Berkeley Launches Innovative "goBerkeley" Program
“Go Bears!” is the popular chant in these parts, but it might take a back seat to “Go Berkeley!” thanks to a comprehensive new program that aims to reduce driving and air pollution in the city.
Free Muni for Youth Pilot Program
The “Free Muni for Youth” pilot program launched March 1, 2013, and already 20,000 low- and moderate-income students have signed up for the free SF Muni passes, which are only available on a Clippe
VTA Ticket Vending Machines Adding Value to Clipper Cards
Loading value to your Clipper card just got easier!
Regional Agencies Begin Development of New Long-Range Plan for Bay Area
OAKLAND, CA — Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) staff today unveiled an Initial Vision Scenario for the Sustainable Commu
Regional Summit Aims to Improve Transit Access to Health and Social Services in the S. F. Bay Area
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) yesterday convened a regional summit of government leaders and other policymakers to discuss strategies for ensuring that newly develo
MTC, Bay Area Transit Agencies Launch ClipperSM
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and major Bay Area transit operators today rechristened the region’s all-in-one, reloadable transit fare card as Clip