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On March 19, 2019, the San Diego City Council adopted Ordinance 21057 regarding zero minimum parking regulations for multifamily residential developments in Transit Priority Areas (TPAs). The

The call for pilot program applications is now closed. MTC invited eligible Bay Area public agencies to submit project proposals to participate in the regional Mobility Hubs Pilot Program. The Pilot

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)’s Safety Data System — to be ready by the end of 2021 — will improve cities’ and counties’ access to safety-related data and analysis tools, so they

Preventing pedestrian and cyclist injuries and deaths is the goal of Vision Zero. This presentation by the City of Fremont for the Planning Innovations forum talks about Fremont’s traffic crash trends

Quick-build projects are reversible and adjustable adaptations that make streets more accessible for bicycles, pedestrians and other uses. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) maintains a

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Regional Safety/Vision Zero Policy establishes a strategy for working with partner agencies to support equitable and data-driven action towards

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

California’s Active Transportation Program (ATP) draws both state and federal funds to provide a total of about $220 million each year for bike and pedestrian projects across California. The program

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