Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty took over the helm of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Wednesday after Commissioners unanimously elected him chair for the two-year term running through February 2021.
Caltrans and BATA today announced that contractors already working on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to replace the upper-deck joint that failed Feb. 7 will remain on site for the next several months to replace 31 more joints on the upper deck of the 63-year-old span.
The Bay Area Carpool Program is offering a new incentive to help reduce single drivers, emissions and congestion: Five Free Rides to all new Scoop and Waze Carpool riders in the nine-county Bay Area.
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 and existing vanpools. A $9.5 million commitment approved by the Metropolitan Transportation Commis
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today named Therese Watkins McMillan as its new executive director. This position also serves as the top executive for the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG).
The ABAG Executive Board at its January 2019 meeting voted to authorize Board President David Rabbitt to sign on to the CASA Compact. This action followed MTC's vote at its December 2018 meeting to authorize Commission Chair Jake Mackenzie to sign on to the Compact.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), Caltrans and the City of Oakland early this morning completed work on the addition of a dedicated bus and carpool lane to the West Grand Avenue approach to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission awarded $10.6 million in regional toll dollars this week to Marin County's North-South Greenway project.
The money will go to the Transportation Authority of Marin for work on the northern segment of the bicycle and pedestrian pathway.
The Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) reminds drivers that several important changes take effect Jan. 1, 2019, at the region’s seven state-owned toll bridges.