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Vital Signs: Get the Data Satellite image of the Bay Area.

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Vital Signs: Get the Data

Vital Signs is a website created by ABAG and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission that tracks data trends in five key areas: land and people, transportation, economy, environment and equity. This free resource brings together large quantities of data in a way that is relatable and...

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Share Your Thoughts on the Future of the Bay Area Plan Bay Area 2050+ workshop board with comments from members of the public.

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Share Your Thoughts on the Future of the Bay Area

How is the “new normal” shaping your life?

Staff from ABAG and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission need your input on how life in the Bay Area has changed as the region emerges from the pandemic. The survey is open now through September 7:

ABAG-MTC Planning Pop-Up Draws Crowd, More Events This Week Plan Bay Area 2050+

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ABAG-MTC Planning Pop-Up Draws Crowd, More Events This Week

ABAG and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) officially kicked off a public outreach campaign over the weekend in an effort to develop Plan Bay Area 2050+, a focused update to Plan Bay Area 2050, a long-range regional plan adopted by the agencies in 2021. The parallel Transit 2050+, a look at Bay Area public transit in the post-pandemic world, was also a focus of the event.

Introducing Jane Elias, BayREN’s New Program Administrator BayREN

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Introducing Jane Elias, BayREN’s New Program Administrator

The Bay Area is renowned for its environmental leadership, and with the selection of Jane Elias as the Bay Area Regional Energy Network’s (BayREN) new Program Administrator, the region’s efforts on energy and climate work are positioned to reach new heights.

San Francisco Estuary Partnership-led Project to Protect Bay Receives Funding to Start Construction Palo Alto Horizontal Levee

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San Francisco Estuary Partnership-led Project to Protect Bay Receives Funding to Start Construction

A first-of-its-kind horizontal levee project providing a host of ecological benefits — led by the San Francisco Estuary Partnership and the city of Palo Alto — has received $2.1 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for construction in Fall 2024.