A community celebration and ribbon cutting this morning marked the completion of the Highway 4 Widening Projects, a six-year-long collaborative endeavor.
The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) invite public comments at a joint meeting on Friday, July 8, on alternative planning scenarios for future Bay Area housing and job growth, as well as associated transportation needs.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration this spring jointly recertified the SF Bay Area’s transportation planning process through May 2020.
Whatever way you measure Team Bike Challenge’s impact, the friendly competition that attracts commuters from across the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area logged some impressive numbers in 2016.
MTC and ABAG invite the public to open houses in Fairfield and Santa Rosa on Monday, June 13, and in San Francisco on Tuesday, June 14, to learn about an update to the region’s long-range transportation and housing roadmap known as Plan Bay Area 2040.
MTC and ABAG invite the public to attend an open house to be held this Thursday, June 9, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Napa (Elks Lodge, 2840 Soscol Avenue) to learn about an update to the region’s long-range transportation and housing roadmap known as Plan Bay Area 2040.
Contra Costa County is home to some of the best pavement in the Bay Area — and also some of the worst.
The streets of San Francisco may be smoother than those in the Bay Area’s two other major cities, but still rate no better than “fair.”
Pavement conditions on the typical road in Solano County are much like those in the rest of the Bay Area: seriously worn and in need of rehabilitation within the next few years.
Pavement conditions around the region improved ever so slightly in 2015, but the typical Bay Area street remains seriously worn and likely to need rehabilitation soon.