MTC Meeting

Agenda:

Key Points:

  • Caltrans Environmental Justice Planning Grant: National Indian Justice Center – Safe Journeys: Tribal Strategic Transportation Safety Planning.
  • Allocate $4.9 Million to Santa Rosa and $3.4 million to AC Transit in Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds for bus operations.
  •  Regional Express Lane Network: Recommendation to Amend the Bay Area Infrastructure Financing Authority (BAIFA) Board and Assign Responsibilities to BAIFA
  • Delegate MTC Express Lane Responsibilities to BAIFA.
  • Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan Update.

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