Applications now open for high school students in all 9 Bay Area counties. MTC connects interns with public transit agencies, city planning departments and public works agencies throughout the region.
The 21-member steering group of CASA — the Committee to House the Bay Area — today approved the CASA Compact, a set of policy recommendations to both state and local officials designed to help solve the Bay Area’s longstanding
Originally posted on November 20, 2018
How do Bay Area residents use transportation network companies like Lyft and Uber to get around? Do Uber customers also ride electric scooters? Does the rise of online shopping really mean people are making fewer trips to the store?
Startups, innovators and entrepreneurs are invited to apply to become a “Startup in Residence” with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today unveiled its yearly analysis of Bay Area freeway congestion, with new data showing traffic-related delays leveling off in 2017 after four consecutive years of worsening commute times.
MTC and ABAG today announced the selection of the finalists in a public competition launched earlier this year to solicit big, bold and billion-dollar (or more) ideas for improving mobility across the nine-county Bay Area.
MTC, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and Caltrans today celebrated the start of construction on a new southbound Express Lane on Interstate 680 that will stretch 11 miles from south of Marina Vista Avenue in Martinez to Rudgear Road in Walnut Creek.
Bay Area cities and counties largely managed to prevent further deterioration of their local street and road networks in 2017.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) at its Sept. 26 meeting approved a $461 million contract with Cubic Transportation Services Inc.