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.
Update: Regional Measure 3 was passed by the BATA Oversight Committee on January 10 and will be presented to the full Commission on January 24, 2018.
The Bay Area Regional Collaborative (BARC) has released a new report entitled Raising the Bar on Regional Resilience, which details the Bay Area’s vulnerabilities to sea level rise and other effects of climate change, flooding, earthquakes, and other hazards. The report also provides an action plan for developing a regional response to these threats.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and East Bay Regional Park District (Park District) today signed a 10‑year lease for the historic, newly-renovated Bridge Yard Building, previously known as the Interurban Electric Railway Bridge Yard Shop (IERBYS) Building.
Commissioners and staff at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) are mourning the untimely passing of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died early Tuesday morning after suffering a heart attack. He was 65.
Issued in November 2017, the draft Raising the Bar on Regional Resilience Report is a call to action by the Bay Area Regional Collaborative (BARC) and its member agencies to establish a comprehensive regional planning process and an integrated Regional Resilience Plan that prepares the Bay Area f
Free day-long regional conference will bring together middle- and high-school students who are passionate about environmental issues.
Vital Signs, the Bay Area’s comprehensive performance monitoring website, has released the latest data for road fatalities and injuries from roadway crashes, with the data showing a sharp upward trend.
Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge, an exciting new approach to address climate change before disaster strikes, has launched online and physical locations for a two-week public comment period open to all Bay Area residents.