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.
Students from all over the Bay Area gathered for the Youth for the Environment and Sustainability (YES) Conference on February 24, in Oakland.
The MTC Commission yesterday adopted an investment strategy for goods movement which will direct $3.8 billion over 10 years to 20 different projects in the Bay Area.
The entire Bay Area celebrated a major milestone last month as the long-awaited first new 10-car BART train began service in the East Bay on the Richmond line.
Approximately $386 million in federal funds are set to go to 180 transportation projects in 95 jurisdictions across all nine Bay Area Counties through the One Bay Area Grant 2 (OBAG 2) County Program.
Have you seen any recent changes in your commute? Do you want better connections with an agency that plans for the future of our road, highway and transit networks?
MTC and ABAG are excited to announce the launch of the The Bay Link, a joint blog that will provide news, views and analysis on topics of regional interest.
Resilient by Design | Bay Area Challenge today announced locations for the resilience design projects to be pursued by 10 international design teams over the next five months.
The New Year is a great time to start a new habit to save time and money by carpooling. MTC's 511 Carpool Program is offering new carpoolers a free ride or a driver bonus when carpooling with Scoop, an easy-to-use carpool app.
Motivate International, the operator of the Bay Area’s regional bike share system, announced today it will add e-Bikes to its fleet, beginning with 250 e-Bikes in San Francisco this April.