The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) joined with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and other agencies to christen the first of its fleet of ferries today.
Now that seismic upgrade work is complete or well under way on five of the Bay Area’s state-owned toll bridges, MTC’s Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) is turning its attention to the remaining two: the Antioch and Dumbarton bridges.
The November 4 election brought sweeping changes across the nation, including in the realm of transportation.
November 26, 2008 … MTC committed today to allocating $80 million in bridge toll funds to the San Francisco County Transportation Agency (SFCTA) to replace Doyle Drive, ending months of discussion on how to finance the critical project.
MTC was honored for its climate protection work at the second annual Climate All Stars Conference, held November 6, 2008, in San Francisco.
Fremont, Calif., October 31, 2008 ... A groundbreaking ceremony was held today to celebrate the start of construction on the first toll lane in the Bay Area.
On September 23, 2008 Governor Schwarzenegger signed the latest budget in the state’s history. While Proposition 42 was not suspended, public transit funds were diverted at record levels, as discussed in detail below.
Temporary support structures have begun to rise out of the San Francisco Bay at Yerba Buena Island, as construction moves forward on the Bay Bridge’s Self-Anchored Suspension (SAS) Span.
A unique, cutting edge building, designed to create an environment that is usable by individuals of all ages, with and without disabilities, is under construction in Berkeley.