The Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) is reminding Bay Area residents there now is a sharp reduction in the penalties associated with toll violation notices sent by the FasTrak® customer service center to customers with unpaid invoices for toll bridge crossings. Read More
State Route 37 is at risk from sea level rise: MTC and the Bay Area Toll Authority are working to protect this vital transportation link
State Route 37 is facing numerous challenges — including sea level rise — and MTC and the Bay Area Toll Authority are looking to address those issues. They are explored here. Read More
The Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) has announced a sharp reduction in the penalties associated with toll violation notices sent by the FasTrak® customer service center to customers with unpaid invoices for toll bridge crossings. Read More
The California Transportation Foundation (CTF) this month named the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) as its Organization of the Year as part of the CTF's 32nd annual Transportation Awards. Read More
A sparkling, new shoreline public park near the Bay Bridge in Oakland was dedicated Wednesday, the project brought to fruition with help from the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA).
With cash toll collection at the Bay Area's seven state-owned toll bridges suspended since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MTC and the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) invite drivers who have received a toll notice to use the toll payment page on the Bay Area FasTrak® website. Read More
Caltrans and the Bay Area Toll Authority say construction crews have now replaced 29 of the 31 upper deck joints on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.
Five meetings are scheduled for Wednesday, July 11, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Bay Area Metro Center. Here are links to the full agendas and meeting packets: Bay Area Toll Authority Oversight Committee MTC Administration Committee MTC Programming and Allocations Committee MTC Policy Advisory Council Equity & Access Subcommittee Policy Advisory Council Read on for highlights from the agendas and info on how to tune in live.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission held its monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 23. Highlights included the Commission offering a "Support and Seek Amendments" positionon a State Assembly bill related to BART transit-oriented development (prompting a lively debate on regional housing and local zoning control), as well as approval of a pilot program that will provide 20 percent fare discounts to low-income adults on several major Bay Area transit operators. Read on for all the Commission actions of the day, as well as links to the video recording of the meeting and all the handouts.
Five of MTC’s standing committees will meet on Wednesday, April 11, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Bay Area Metro Center: the Bay Area Toll Authority Oversight Committee, the MTC Administration Committee, the MTC Programming and Allocations Committee, the MTC Policy Advisory Council Equity & Access Subcommittee, and the MTC Policy Advisory Council. Here is a peek at what is on their agendas, as well as links to all the meeting agendas.