The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), in partnership with the Napa Valley Vintners and Visit Napa Valley today launched Napa Valley Forward, an innovative commute program for Napa Valley wine and hospitality industry employees that provides incentives for carpooling and vanpooling, ri
The critical issues facing the Bay Area – from transportation and housing to the economy, the environment and social equity – are probed in the new 90-plus page Futures Final Report entitled “Resilient and Equitable Strategies for the Bay Area’s Future.”
New routes for bicycles and pedestrians, denser housing near transit stops, and more frequent and reliable train service were the top three strategies chosen by more than 3,100 people who played the Mayor of Bayville this fall as part of the development of Plan Bay Area 2050, a long-range transpo
MTC’s Operations Committee today approved a $1.7 million contract with Cubic Transportation Services, Inc.
Better public transit, more affordable housing and new routes for safe biking and walking were recurring themes raised by Bay Area residents at more than three dozen “pop-up” workshops held around the region this fall.
MTC will open its new I-880 Express Lanes in the summer of 2020. Express Lanes use tolling and technology to keep traffic moving for carpoolers, bus riders and solo drivers alike. The toll system is being installed now, and testing will begin in spring 2020.
The construction of any new travel route across San Francisco Bay — whether for cars, trucks, buses, BART or other rail services — certainly would have a transformative effect on the Bay Area, reshaping both the region’s transportation network and its broader growth pattern.
MTC and ABAG are pleased to announce the launch of the Mayor of Bayville, the agencies' very first online game.
San Mateo County and its 20 cities largely improved the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018, with Burlingame, Menlo Park and Woodside registering the biggest year-over-year improvements; and Colma, Daly City and Foster City boasting some of the smoothest street
Contra Costa County and its 19 cities and towns largely maintained the quality of the pavement on their local street and road networks in 2018, with Orinda and Moraga registering the biggest year-over-year improvements and Brentwood, Clayton, El Cerrito and San Ramon continuing to boast some of t