Bay Area Bike Share operator Motivate today announced a seven-year partnership agreement with Ford Motor Company that will allow Motivate to complete its plan for a tenfold expansion of the region’s bike share network. Bay Area Bike Share will be rebranded as Ford GoBike.
The planned addition of a third eastbound lane to Interstate 580 across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge and other improvements along the nearly six-mile corridor reached a key milestone this month.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is recruiting interested Bay Area residents to fill four vacancies on its Policy Advisory Council.
State and local officials joined about 200 people from the surrounding community for the re-opening of a greatly improved Peabody Road last week.
‘AllNighter’ Outreach Campaign to Raise Awareness of New and Existing Late-Night and Early-Morning Public Transit Options for Bay Area Workers, Residents and Patrons
Law enforcement will have an easier time catching toll evaders and other law-breakers thanks to MTC-supported legislation that requires car dealers to install temporary vehicle license plates on all newly purchased vehicles.
A community celebration and ribbon cutting this morning marked the completion of the Highway 4 Widening Projects, a six-year-long collaborative endeavor.
The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) invite public comments at a joint meeting on Friday, July 8, on alternative planning scenarios for future Bay Area housing and job growth, as well as associated transportation needs.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration this spring jointly recertified the SF Bay Area’s transportation planning process through May 2020.
Whatever way you measure Team Bike Challenge’s impact, the friendly competition that attracts commuters from across the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area logged some impressive numbers in 2016.