Highway 101

Funding

State Recommends $2 Billion in Funding for 23 Bay Area Transportation Projects

By Chirag Rabari
An aerial view of Contra Costa County

Last week was a big one for transportation in California, with the state announcing grant award recommendations or winners for four different programs funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the state’s landmark transportation funding law signed in 2017. The nine-county Bay Area did very well with the recommendations. The region is currently on track to receive a total of $2 billion in funding over the next 10 years to support 23 critical Bay Area transportation projects. These projects range from a host of improvements along U.S. Highway 101, including Express Lanes and express buses through the Read More

Projects

Friday Video: Progress on the Marin-Sonoma Narrows Despite a Spring Storm

By Julie Teglovic

Though this week’s atmospheric river-fueled storm may delay its opening by a few days, the new alignment on southbound 101 at the Marin-Sonoma Narrows will soon bring major traffic flow improvements and future flood relief to this bottleneck area. Check out a new video from MTC’s Mark Jones to see the project in action and hear experts from Caltrans and the Transportation Authority of Marin talk about the higher, dryer, wider highway. Read More