There are robust ferry services on San Francisco Bay today, but like the tides, there has been ebbs and flows over the years. Read More
MTC is partnering with cities, counties and transportation agencies to bring more Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors to the Bay Area. Read More
A new video has been posted as the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and more than two dozen transit agencies continue with a multi-lingual advertising campaign encouraging Bay Area residents to hop aboard the region’s buses, trains, ferries and light-rail vehicles.
As MTC prepares the next update to the Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan, staff members are seeking input from older adults, people with disabilities and people with low incomes in the Bay Area about the challenges they face in getting around the region.
Caltrans will award more than $5.4 million in state and federal funds to a dozen Bay Area agencies to plan sustainable transportation projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve the state highway system and enhance access to safe walkways and bike paths.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and its Bay Area Infrastructure Financing Authority (BAIFA) affiliate is inviting Bay Area residents to learn about and comment on proposed changes to the Express Lane Toll Facility Ordinance during a public comment period that continues through May 24, 2022.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) wants to hear about transportation gaps faced by Bay Area residents.
San Francisco's new bus rapid transit system along Van Ness Avenue received a boost from MTC's Resolution 3434 – the region’s transit expansion program, which included an endorsement of FTA Small Starts funds for the project. Read More
Are you or do you know high school students interested in how the Bay Area deals with issues like environmental justice, housing and transportation equity, community health and social justice? Four regional government agencies are sponsoring an online Bay Area Summer Academy to provide insights into how regional governments address these issues and how the public, including students, can help advance equity across the Bay Area.
MTC is involved in helping cities think about how they can use their streets and sidewalks more creatively — to serve more people and more purposes.