Aug 19, 2020
Bay Area transit agencies are uniting with the common goal of providing a safe ride for the public as the region responds to the coronavirus pandemic. The core of this effort is the newly released “Riding Together: Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan."
Jul 21, 2020
Covid 19 disrupted transportation and is still changing how people get around. It also has led to the biggest resurgence in bicycling since the 1970s.
Jul 01, 2020
MTC and ABAG are creating a plan to make the Bay Area more resilient, affordable, connected, diverse, healthy and vibrant for all.
Jun 15, 2020
We're Here For You: What Bay Area Transit Agencies are Doing to Keep You Safe
Jun 15, 2020
Opening a new BART station is always historic. Cutting the ribbons for two new stations, extending BART for the first time into Santa Clara County — and safely doing so in the middle of a pandemic — makes June 12, 2020 an exceptionally historic day.
Jun 09, 2020
The inaugural Metro Talks Equity Series session brings regional thought leaders together to consider how to best restore the Bay Area with equity as the guiding core value.
Apr 17, 2020
Even during a pandemic, those who are essential workers still need to get to and from their jobs. Bay Area transit agencies continue to meet this need, albeit with reduced schedules.As of April 22, passengers are required to wear face coverings
Mar 05, 2020
The Richmond-San Rafael bridge will still have normal traffic, but the bike/pedestrian path is closed weekdays for three weeks so Caltrans engineers can inspect the 65-year-old bridge, as required by federal law.
Dec 27, 2019
Public transit has fans all over the world, but the biggest fan may be right here in the Bay Area. 17-year-old Andrew Mancini of Redwood City has amassed an impressive array of transit-related material — his transportation museum.
Dec 10, 2019
Paying tribute to the Miles Brothers’ 1906 film “A Trip Down Market Street,” MTC’s Mark Jones filmed this recreation of the same journey on February 14, 2017.
Nov 25, 2019
As the old Bay Bridge East Span was being dismantled, and its foundation piers demolished by implosions, the decision was made to retain some of the piers as tangible reminders of the original span, with viewing platforms to appreciate the new East Span.
Oct 17, 2019
For the first time in Northern California history, there will be bike and pedestrian access connecting the East Bay with Marin County. A moveable barrier will separate automobiles from those on foot.