MTC, ABAG respond to COVID-19 emergency
MTC and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) have made several important but temporary operational changes in response to the Covid-19 outbreak and the continuing public health emergency.
Since March 16, MTC and ABAG staff have been working remotely, but are available weekdays from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. at email@example.com to address specific questions.
To minimize toll collectors’ and toll-paying customers’ risk of exposure to Covid-19, cash toll collection at the Bay Area's seven state-owned toll bridges has been suspended for the duration of the emergency. Please visit the Bay Area FasTrak website for more information about how to pay tolls or to sign up for FasTrak.
The Bay Area's 511 traveler information system features a special alert section to provide the latest updates on transit service and highway operations. The COVID-19 emergency has sharply reduced travel around the Bay Area, and most of the region's transit agencies have made temporary changes to their schedules and/or fare policies.
Public Meetings Conducted Online
In light of Gov. Newsom’s State of Emergency declaration regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and in accordance with Executive Order N-29-20 and Guidance for Gatherings issued by the California Department of Public Health, upcoming MTC Commission meetings as well as those of MTC affiliates will be conducted via webcast and teleconference, with some Commissioners participating remotely. Members of the public are encouraged to watch remotely.
Anyone who wishes to address the Commission or one of its affiliated organizations on an item to be considered at an upcoming meeting are asked to submit comments in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. the evening prior to the meeting. Due to the current circumstances there may be limited opportunity to address comments during the meeting; but all comments will be entered into the record.
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