Public Comment

Transportation

MTC invites residents to weigh in on proposed amendments to Express Lane toll policies

Express Lane Toll Policies

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. Read More

MTC-ABAG

Draft Plan Bay Area 2050 released; public invited to comment

cover of the pba report

After three years of public discussion and technical work, The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) released Draft Plan Bay Area 2050 on Wednesday. Plan Bay Area 2050 is a long-range plan charting the course for the future of the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. The Draft Plan Bay Area 2050 is being released today for a public comment period that will run through 5 p.m., Tuesday, July 20, 2021. Read More

Public Participation

Plan Bay Area 2050 Public Engagement 2020 Year in Review

In 2020, staff from MTC and the Association of Bay Area Governments held 35 public events about Plan Bay Area 2050, in order to exchange ideas with residents and staff from partner organizations. Over 180,000 comments were received from over 15,000 people on the four key issues addressed in the plan—the economy, the environment, housing and transportation. Read More

Public Participation

Regional Agencies Seek Input on the Future of the Bay Area

Plan Bay Area 2050

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) are inviting the Bay Area public to provide input on the newly released Plan Bay Area 2050 Draft Blueprint, a 30-year regional vision that seeks to create a more affordable, connected, diverse, healthy and vibrant Bay Area for all. The Draft Blueprint is being released for a public comment period that will run through August 10, 2020. Read More

MTC-ABAG

Mayor of Bayville planning game proves popular

Plan Bay Area 2050

New routes for bicycles and pedestrians, denser housing near transit stops, and more frequent and reliable train service were the top three strategies chosen by more than 3,100 people who played the Mayor of Bayville this fall as part of the development of Plan Bay Area 2050, a long-range transportation and housing plan that will help chart a course for the Bay Area’s future over the next 30 years. Read More