Six more Bay Area transit agencies this month will join the new Clipper START program, which allows lower-income adults age 19-64 to receive fare discounts ranging from 20 percent to 50 percent on transit systems around the region.
Join the Metro Talks Equity Series Wednesday, Nov. 18, at noon as expert panelists cut through the noise to examine the recent election, looking closely at the propositions and their future implications for advancing an inclusive Bay Area.
MTC today released the Draft 2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
MTC this week teamed up with the Oakland Athletics, AC Transit and social service agencies to help lower-income Alameda County residents cast general election ballots on or before Election Day. Beginning Thursday, Oct. 29 and continuing through Nov.
A sparkling, new shoreline public park near the Bay Bridge in Oakland was dedicated Wednesday, the project brought to fruition with help from the Bay Area Toll Authority.
MTC established a one-stop shop on its website to provide local jurisdictions an easy way to access the various Technical Assistance programs that MTC and its partners offer.
More than 3,600 people from across the Bay Area participated in “Bike to Wherever Days,” which got bicyclists out across the nine-county region during September despite COVID-19, and poor air quality in the region for much of the month.
MTC Commissioners this month voted to support Measure RR, the one-eighth-cent sales tax to provide funding for Caltrain that will be considered by voters in San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties this November, and to support Sonoma County Measure DD, which would extend the county’s e
MTC and the Association of Bay Area Governments’ Executive Board both voted this month to support Proposition 16 on the November 2020 ballot.
With cash toll collection at the Bay Area's seven state-owned toll bridges suspended since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MTC and BATA invite drivers who have received a toll notice to pay via the Bay Area FasTrak® website.