Applications are due by January 10, 2014.
The proposed park covers about 170 acres near the Oakland touchdown of the new Bay Bridge East Span.
The region’s 2012 pavement condition index (PCI) score is 66 out of a maximum possible 100 points.
Economic growth in the Bay Area's biggest cities is expected to rank among the most robust of all U.S. metro areas for 2013.
A new electric vehicle (EV) promotional campaign was approved by MTC in September 2013.
Museums and galleries throughout the Bay Area are celebrating the new East Span and honoring the old Bay Bridge — while also exploring the Bay underneath.
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report to the Commission.
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Ridership in the popular regional bicycle sharing program continues to grow.
Put a piece of Bay Bridge history in your pocket! A new Clipper® transit fare card celebrates the recent opening of the new Bay Bridge East Span.
The Commission considers two new major funding programs to bolster public transit and cut greenhouse gas emissions in the region.
The new fourth bore of the “world-class” Caldecott Tunnel on State Route 24 in the Oakland Hills is ready for use.
The original East Span begins on the 77th anniversary of its opening on November 12, 1936.
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