Follow Us! Web 2.0 and Social Media at MTC
Now there are more ways than ever before to keep in touch, and find out about MTC's meetings, workshops, new publications, funding opportunities, services and the like. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, view recent videos on YouTube and Vimeo, and subscribe to our daily headline service, alerts about press releases and several other fresh information streams via RSS feeds and GovDelivery e-mail alerts (look for the little red subscription envelope on our home page). These social media tools offer news and information not only from MTC, but also from an important MTC offshoot, the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA), which oversees and finances the region's seven state-owned toll bridges.
And that's not all. As shown below, each of our major customer service projects (Clipper electronic transit fare payment, FasTrak® electronic toll collection and the 511 Traveler Information Service) has its own social media presence, including Facebook pages where you can post comments and questions.
MTC also participates in several interagency projects with a social media presence, most notably the One Bay Area regional planning project. The chart below links to our various websites and social media pages. We will be updating this page as we add new services.
Comment Guidelines/Disclaimer for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Social Media Sites
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Bay Area Toll Authority (MTC/BATA) sponsor a number of official social media sites.
Comments posted to social media sites maintained by MTC/BATA will be monitored and inappropriate content will be removed. MTC will remove any prohibited content, including those items that are: (1) not related to MTC/BATA; (2) profane language or content; (3) content that defames or threatens to defame a person or group of persons; (4) sexual content or links to sexual content; (5) solicitations of commerce; (6) conduct or encouragement of illegal activity; (7) information that may compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; or, (8) content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party. MTC/BATA, however, disclaims any and all responsibility and liability for any materials that are prohibited under these guidelines, which cannot be removed in an expeditious and otherwise timely manner.
For more information about MTC/BATA, please visit www.mtc.ca.gov or bata.mtc.ca.gov. Our social media sites are intended to serve as a mechanism for communication between the public and MTC/BATA about MTC/BATA and as a forum to further MTC/BATA’s mission. Any comment submitted to the agencies’ social media pages and the pages’ list of fans may be considered a public record which is subject to disclosure pursuant to the California Public Records Act.
For more information, contact the MTC Public Information Office by telephone: 510/817-5787 (TDD/TTY: 510/817-5769) or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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