MTC Bay Area Toll Authority Oversight Committee Meeting

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A rendering of the bridge bike and ped path. This will soon be changed into another car lane if pro-car politicians in Marin and elsewhere have their way. Image: MTC/HTNB

Marin Supervisor Asks Officials to Study Converting Future San Rafael Bridge Bike and Ped Path into Another Car Lane

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Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors coverage on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless noted in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. A Marin County Supervisor, who represents San Rafael, apparently wants to look at nixing plans for the long-planned bike and ped path on the […]

Transit Advocates, Construction Workers Show Up in Force at MTC Meeting

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Photos by Matthew Roth via Twitter Transit advocates in favor of redirecting stimulus funds for the Oakland Airport Connector to financially struggling transit agencies are out in force at this morning’s MTC Commission meeting in Oakland, along with dozens of union construction workers. Streetsblog’s Matthew Roth reports the main meeting room and overflow rooms are […]

MTC Committee Meetings

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Agenda and Schedule Bay Area Toll Authority Oversight Committee 9:30 am Administration Committee 9:45 am Draft MTC FY 2012-13 Agency Budget Programming & Allocations Committee 10 am Proposed programming of $180,000 for Regional Real-Time Transit Information System Expansion Policy Advisory Council Equity and Access Subcommittee 10:30 am OneBayArea Equity Working Group 11:15 am Policy Advisory […]

Reporters, Upset Over Bridge Toll Increase, Get Weird And Whiny

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Photo: Mrs. Gemstone The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), the Bay Area’s transportation planning body and the administrator of bridge tolls, managed a feat very nearly impossible today: They got the Bay Guardian and the Chronicle to agree on something. Namely, writers for both papers hate the idea of increased tolls on the region’s bridges starting […]