Joint MTC Planning Committee/ABAG Administrative Committee

From MTC:

The MTC Planning Committee considers matters relating to MTC regional, corridor-level, and other planning activities. The ABAG Administrative Committee studies and submits reports and recommendations to the Executive Board on matters assigned by the Board.
This agenda was updated March 1, 2013 1:56 PM. It is accurate to the best of our knowledge at that time.
For assistance, please contact Janice Richards, jrichards@mtc.ca.gov, 510.817.5815

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