A new report by MTC and six Bay Area public transit agencies finds that transit serving region's primary employment center experienced growth exceeding the most aggressive forecasts over the last 10 years.
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Multi-Agency Study Examines Transit Needs in San Francisco’s Employment Core
State Cap and Trade Monies Fuel Bay Area Projects
The California State Transportation Agency today announced $110 million in grants for five public transit projects benefiting the Bay Area.
TRIP Report Finds Key Bay Area Transportation Projects Needed to Support Region's Growth Face a Funding "Red" or "Yellow" Light
Six of the 20 transportation improvements identified by TRIP as being the most needed in the San Francisco Bay area have received a red light because they are unfunded.
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.
San Francisco's "Sunday Streets" on June 9, 2013, Features Adaptive Cycling
Join the SFMTA, Mayor's Office of Disability, Department of Aging and Adult Services, Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP) and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition for an Adaptive Cycling