SFMTA is preparing bus lanes along mission for the Transbay terminal.
SFMTA CAC reviews a zero emmission policy for SFMTA.
While it doesn't give any details. it appears that SFMTA is kicking off the Broadway safety improvement project.
Update of the Caltrain Fare Study + a bit on the MTC Means-based Fare Study. Its a little concerning because of how it looks like they can update fares just because the staff feels like it and it wouldn't hurt them too much.
Presentation on the blend of CAHSR and Caltrain. Doesn't really state much that we don't know. It sounds like they just made progress on identifying who needs to be in the committee for determining rail access and needs.
Presentation on how Coastside fares with Samtrans service
What is samtrans business plan. basically new website, mobile ticketing, wifi on new buses, TNC pilot,Express bus service, rapid ECR(would be amazing! although I feel like that would require other improvements to ensure viability along local service)
This is a really important presentation that highlights what MTC is planning to pursue in the future for transportation of the region. They have too many codenames though I don't know what Horizon is.
Quick presentation overview of the MTC and affiliated organizations budgets and where the money goes
If you're interested in how the San Rafael Transit Center is going to work out. This is also a push for support of Regional Measure 3
MTC has a funding agreement with Transform.
List of what programs Senate Bill One(2017) has supported.
Looks like an official approval of the Regional Means-Based Fare Pilot Program. Lot of interesting Fare modification ideas in here
If you're interested in what Regional Measure 2 did for the Bay Area, this has a decent presentation
MTC review of whats going on in congress. Its seems like good news and bad news. Good news is FAA is not being sold to the highest bidder. Neutral - The new TIGER program got a ton of money. Bad news is US DOT apparently going to focus on rural area and public and non-profits can no longer consider transportation benefits as business expenses.
Goes into Wiener new SB. Senate Bill 828 which updates the state's methodology for determining future housing needs.
Simple review of what visible programs that MTC provides to the public. Including clipper and the MTC transit displays
On Monday, April 30, Palo Alto City Council will take the next step in considering funding for transportation and other infrastructure – but is taking consideration of funding for Caltrain grade...
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