As restrictions begin to ease in the Bay Area, a new Harvard-led study suggests opening a car window slightly can help keep COVID-19 from spreading in vehicles. Read More
San Francisco's Sigmund Stern Grove Festival concert series has put a special emphasis on using public transportation to get to performances, a growing trend for Bay Area events. Read More
A new study out this week indicates not everyone uses Lyft and Uber. Read More
The CEO of Insurance behemoth Allstate says Americans are falling out of love with their cars. Read More
Greenbiz has an interesting look back at 2018 and some of the new transportation ideas that made headway during the the year. Read More
Forbes has an interesting article on how people listen to music in their cars or while ridesharing. Read More
Three MTC Standing Committees will meet at the Bay Area Metro Center on Wednesday, May 9, in addition to a Budget Study Session, a Policy Advisory Council meeting, and a Policy Advisory Council Equity & Access Subcommittee meeting. Read on for a preview of the agenda items for the standing committee meetings. Tune in live to the meetings on Wednesday from our Live Webcasts page, and bookmark the main Meetings page to read the meeting agendas and keep up with all the meetings happening each week.
This month’s open access, long-form reading recommendations from the MTC-ABAG Library cover housing issues, Regional Measure 3, local and state transit, the inner workings of ridesharing companies, climate change, and the overall resilience of the Bay Area. Continue reading on to take a closer look! Read More