The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) and the city of Richmond today are breaking ground on the Richmond Ferry Terminal. The facility is located at the southern point of the Ford Peninsula in Richmond, adjacent to the Ford Assembly Plant building.
The calendar’s turn to November brings with it a first-in-a-generation infusion of funds to restore, renew and repave the Golden State’s aging and long-neglected streets, roads and highways.
Adapted from a release by Ford GoBike
MTC staff are currently seeking input on potential safety targets for calendar year 2018, which must be set by February 2018. A suite of potential options and a draft staff recommendation were released in October 2017.
MTC and ABAG have developed a webpage containing links to information that elected officials and staff may find helpful in the aftermath of the North Bay fires.
The staffs of the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and MTC have consolidated and now are working as one integrated team to promote better collaboration and integration on common goals, and to achieve operating efficiencies.
Update as of November 1, 2017: With the North Bay fires contained, 511 has discontinued posting of fire-related road closures and transit disruptions. MTC staff have compiled resources to help cities and counties with the recovery and rebuilding process.
The number 10 seems to have special significance for the Bay Area when it comes to grappling with sea level rise, starting with the date of September 10, 2017.
Bay Area planners, advocates and decision-makers gathered in late September to discuss a vision they all share for a completed Bay Trail.
Celebrate Bay Day at over 50 events around the bay on the San Francisco Bay Trail and the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail on Saturday, October 7. Bay Day connects Bay Area residents to the beautiful and unique ecological wonders of San Francisco Bay.