Public Participation Plan

MTC seeks public review of plan helping people with limited English proficiency
Public Participation
Mark Prado May 3, 2019
By Mark Prado
Diversity
New Online Resources from the MTC-ABAG Library
MTC-ABAG
Julie Teglovic May 16, 2018
By Library
man at a desk working on computer

What's new with bike sharing, housing development fees and high speed rail? Settle in for some in-depth reading these and other topics of interest to regional government. Housing, transportation, the environment and the latest MTC publications are all included in this month's library link round-up.

Are We Coming Through Loud and Clear? Are We Hearing You?
Public Participation
David Cooper April 3, 2018
By Brenda Kahn
MTC/ABAG staff and members of the public discuss the projections for population and housing for Plan Bay Area 2040 at an open house event. Individuals stand in groups while display boards are on the table in the background.

Marshall McLuhan famously posited that “the medium is the message,” meaning that how you convey information is as important as the intended message itself. MTC’s Draft 2018 Public Participation Plan examines the media and methods the agency uses to get its messages across to the public, and to collect feedback. In essence, we are asking the public to comment on how they would like to receive information and comment in the future on MTC’s plans and programs.

MTC Needs Your Input!
Public Participation
Chirag Rabari January 26, 2018
By Ursula Vogler
openhouse

Would you like to help MTC improve how we provide information and hear public input on transportation projects and programs? Would you like better connections with the agency that plans for the future of the Bay Area's road, highway and transit networks? If so, please share your thoughts about how we can best reach out to you for comments and ideas by completing a brief survey (takes about three minutes). The survey closes on February 21, 2018 and is being conducted in Spanish and Chinese as well as English.