The Rockefeller Foundation yesterday announced a $4.6 million grant to a coalition of Bay Area leaders to create the Bay Area: Resilient by Design Challenge — a competition that will engage innovators, community members, policy makers, designers, architects, developers and others from around the globe in developing creative, realistic and long-lasting infrastructure solutions for climate and seismic challenges confronting the San Francisco Bay Area.
Starting January 23rd, commuters who carpool to the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station with the Scoop app will be guaranteed parking until 10 a.m.
MTC today updated nine performance indicators on the San Francisco Bay Area economy. The latest Vital Signs release underscores robust economic conditions in the region, with economic output reaching a new record of over $722 billion in 2015.
Construction crews are set to begin work this week on the first of a series of MTC-sponsored projects to relieve traffic congestion in the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge corridor by establishing a third eastbound lane on Interstate 580 from the Sir Francis Drake Boulevard on-ramp in Marin County to t
It’s full speed ahead for the Golden Gate Bridge suicide deterrent project, thanks to an infusion of $40 million approved by MTC today.
A Winter Spare the Air Alert has been issued. The Winter Spare the Air program notifies residents when particulate matter levels are anticipated to be unhealthy.
Keeping with a great tradition started nearly eighty years ago, Caltrans and Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) workers again this year have hung a wreath above the Bay Bridge’s westbound entrance to the Yerba Buena Tunnel to mark the holiday season.
Plan Bay Area 2040 marked a major milestone with the approval of the Final Preferred Scenario by MTC and ABAG. The Preferred Scenario provides a roadmap for accommodating household and employment growth in the region by 2040 and includes a regional transportation investment strategy.
MTC today adopted a resolution of appreciation for Freeway Service Patrol tow truck drivers Darryl Poe and Moises Reyes, and for Waste Management of Alameda County driver David Garcia, who teamed to save the life of a young motorist who was injured in an accident along I-880.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)’s Bay Area Toll Authority Oversight Committee today authorized the award of a $27.2 million contract to O.C. Jones and Sons Inc. of Berkeley, Calif., to construct both a third eastbound lane on Interstate 580 from the Sir Francis Drake Blvd.