MTC briefing: November-December
Mark Prado January 7, 2022
Bay Bridge

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission issues a briefing every two months as an easy to navigate snapshot of the issues the MTC is addressing as it works to move the Bay Area forward.

Bay Trail website moves to MTC
Mark Prado January 4, 2022
Bay Trail photo

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has launched a new San Francisco Bay Trail section to its website at Featuring refreshed content and the latest news about the Bay Trail, a planned 500-mile regional trail along the shoreline of 47 Bay Area cities, these web pages will replace the website formerly found at

MTC looks back at 2021 work to move Bay Area forward
Mark Prado December 29, 2021
Returning to transit
Caltrans to require Complete Streets as part of new projects
Mark Prado December 28, 2021
Bicyclists in San Francisco

Caltrans has announced a policy for all new transportation projects it funds or oversees to include Complete Streets features that provide safe and accessible options for people walking, biking and taking transit.

MTC funding helps add parking to BART's Antioch station
Mark Prado December 16, 2021
Antioch BART station parking

Money from MTC has helped fund the opening of 850 additional parking spaces at BART’s Antioch Station.

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
Mark Prado December 9, 2021
Highway 37 flooded

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.

"Moving San Francisco" looks at transportation in the city past and present
Mark Prado November 19, 2021
Moving San Francisco ad.

KQED will air a new documentary, "Moving San Francisco," on KQED (Channel 9) on Monday at 9 p.m. It looks at how the city has been a constant laboratory for how to move people through its difficult urban landscape and how innovations throughout its history are setting the stage for solving today’s transit problems.