A ribbon-cutting celebration was held today for BART’s newest addition, the BART to Antioch extension.
Adapted from a Caltrans release
The California Department of Transportation will keep open the Bicycle and Pedestrian Path on the East Span of the Bay Bridge for 24 hours each day for a ten-day period, starting Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 AM through Saturday, May 19 at 9:00 PM.
May is Bike to Work Month and to celebrate, BART is partnering with Ford GoBike to offer riders FREE one-month Ford GoBike memberships.
This helps make getting to and from BART fast, fun and convenient, and means access to a bike (without having to bring your own).
Today, Ford GoBike is giving riders a new way to power up hills and ride for longer distances by adding pedal-assist ebikes to the bike share network in San Francisco.
Do you know a college or graduate student looking for a paid internship in the Bay Area this summer?
Transportation and urban planning professionals in the Bay Area and around the globe are mourning the untimely passing of transportation expert and urbanist Hank Dittmar, who succumbed on April 3, 2018, at age 62 to a 30-month battle with cancer.
MTC is currently seeking feedback from partners, stakeholders and the public on potential target options for three performance targets related to federal Congestion Reduction and Environmental Sustainability goals.
NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California (@NBCSAuthentic) – “Home of Authentic Bay Area Sports” – and Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics (@Athletics) and San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) today unveiled The Bridge – the official trophy to be presented to the winner of the regular-seaso
Do you know someone who is committed to making every day “Bike to Work Day”? Someone who epitomizes the health, environmental, social and economic benefits of bicycling? Share their story and nominate them for a Bike Commuter of the Year award by Tuesday, April 3, 2018.
What should the San Francisco Bay Area of the future look like? MTC and ABAG want to hear from Bay Area residents as the two partner agencies develop a blueprint for how our region lives, works and plays in the decades ahead.