Joint MTC Planning Committee/ABAG Administrative Committee

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Joint MTC Planning Committee/ABAG Administrative Committee

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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 […]

Joint MTC Planning Committee/ABAG Administrative Committee

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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. Agenda: Air Quality Conformity Redetermination Funding recommendations for the Regional PDA and PCA Planning Programs For assistance, please contact Janice […]

MTC Committee Meeting on Plan Bay Area

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From TransForm: Joint meeting of MTC Planning Committee and ABAG Administrative Committee Link for more information: http://www.onebayarea.org/ Staff from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) will present public comment on Draft Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR), and seek direction on options to respond to comments. This […]

MTC Committee Meetings

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Agenda and Schedule MTC Planning Committee with the Association of Bay Area Governments Administration Committee 9:30 am Operations Committee 10 am Clipper Program Contract Actions Hub Signage Program Legislation Committee 10:15 am Special Meeting of the Association of Bay Area Governments, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Bay Conservation and Development Commission and Metropolitan Transportation Commission Joint Policy […]

Plan Bay Area Passes in a Room Full of Paranoid Conservative Activists

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Plan Bay Area, the 25-year regional development and transportation funding strategy, was approved by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Association of Bay Area Governments last night. The commissions passed a plan that includes some highway expansions and won’t meet the region’s own goals for sustainable transportation, according to projections, but which nevertheless represents a step forward for smart […]