It has been 30 years since the San Francisco Bay Trail began to take shape, and sponsors of the grand vision of a trail ringing the entire 500-mile perimeter of the San Francisco Bay are celebrating that anniversary with a photo show.
During his last week on the job, MTC Executive Director Steve Heminger agreed to sit down with MTC’s Legislation and Public Affairs staff to reflect on his accomplishments, offer insights and speak to the future of regionalism. Following is an edited interview.
First Community Housing broke ground today on a 64-unit, MTC-backed affordable senior housing project near the Fruitdale VTA light-rail station in San Jose.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) this month selected four firms to work with in an effort to collaborate on innovative technological solutions to public sector challenges.
With an eye toward boosting natural landscapes, green urban areas and regional recreation, MTC this month issued a call for projects, encouraging Bay Area cities, counties, and parks and open space districts in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties to compete fo
The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA), Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and city of Richmond marked the launch of Richmond ferry service to San Francisco and the opening of the Richmond Ferry Terminal on January 10, 2019, with a ribbon cutting even
Ford GoBike is growing its ebike fleet to more than 1,400 of the pedal-assist cycles, introducing 500 of them at a launch event and ride along on Friday, December 14, 2018, in Oakland, with Oakland Mayor and MTC Commissioner Libby Schaaf leading the charge.
This page has been updated with a December 13, 2018, letter sent by MTC Executive Director Steve Heminger to S.F. Mayor London Breed and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, outlining progress on the Transit Center Peer Review to date.
The Toll Bridge Program Oversight Committee held its last meeting, wrapping up more than a decade of work that saved toll payers hundreds of millions of dollars and years of delays as the Bay Bridge and eight other state-owned toll bridges achieved seismic safety.
The Committee for a Study of the Future Interstate Highway System, whose 14 members include MTC Executive Director Steve Heminger as well as former San Jose Mayor, U.S. Representative and U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norm Mineta, today released its consensus report.