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Why Consider a Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure Action Plan (BPIAP)? Key reasons for developing a BPIAP include: Providing a roadmap for implementation of a set of near-term bicycle and

This grant opportunity is now closed. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) invites eligible Bay Area public agencies to submit project proposals for two available opportunities: Regional

This grant opportunity is now closed. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) invites eligible Bay Area public agencies to submit project proposals for two available opportunities: Parking

In September 2021, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission awarded six mobility hub pilot projects throughout the Bay Area, totaling $2.4 million. These projects represent a variety of mobility hub

The Vision Zero Working Group is a Metropolitan Transportation Commission-led panel of Bay Area officials working toward a shared goal of making the region’s streets safer for everyone, especially

The Mountain View El Camino Real Precise Plan is an example of a Priority Development Area (PDA) plan. It is based on the vision for the El Camino Real corridor set forth in Mountainview’s General

This is the Community Plan adopted by the City of Fremont in 2013 for its Warm Springs Priority Development Area (PDA). It envisions a vital, new sustainable district of the city offering

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is working to reduce deaths and injuries from traffic collisions by supporting Bay Area Vision Zero initiatives. The number of people killed in traffic

In San Francisco, 75% of severe and fatal traffic injuries take place on only 13% of city streets, known as the High Injury Network. Half of these accidents take place in Equity Priority Communities

Mobility hubs are community anchors that enable travelers of all backgrounds and abilities to access multiple travel options — including shared scooters, bicycles and cars, and transit — as well as