The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) last week launched a new program for partnering with major employers to improve peak-period traffic flows on select Bay Area freeways.
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New Partnership Program Helps Big Employers SHIFT Workers’ Commute Choices
New Subsidy Program Fuels Bay Area Vanpooling
For drivers frustrated with a long, grueling commute, it’s never been a better time to look into vanpooling, thanks to the new Bay Area Vanpool Program, which provides direct subsidies to both new
’Tis the Season to Share the Ride
MTC and its Bay Area partners have launched several new Bay Area promotions to encourage Bay Area travelers to share the ride.
Express Lane Survey: What’s Your Sign?
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) needs your help. Please take a 10-minute survey that tests your understanding of different express lane signs.
Air District and MTC Approve Commuter Benefits Pilot Program
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission today joined the Bay Area Air Quality Management District in approving the launch of the Bay Area Com
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
Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program
Legislation (Senate Bill 1339) signed by the Governor in fall 2012 authorizes the Air District and MTC to jointly adopt a regional commute benefit program.
BART Strike Update
UPDATE October 23, 2013
Connect, Redwood City! Launches Today, Addresses “Last Mile” Travel Solutions
The San Mateo County Transit District and their project partners officially launched Connect, Redwood City! today, highlighting transportation solutions for those who live and work in Redw