Transit, traffic, rideshare and bicycle information, available around the clock via
phone or Web.
Allowing motorist to access
call box services by dialing 5-1-1 and saying "Freeway
Assist" on their cell phones.
With 40 percent of regional travel occurring on signalized street, fine-tuning
signals is one of the most effective traffic-busting and air pollution control
Motorists stranded along Bay Area bridges,
highways, and freeways use these lifelines
to access roadside assistance an average of
1,800 times a month.
Clipper is the new convenient way to securely
manage your Bay Area public transportation
fares with an easy-to-use, all-in-one, reloadable
The Bay Area is improving highway efficiency by developing a network of express lanes — specially designated highway lanes that offer toll-free travel for carpools, vanpools, motorcycles, buses and eligible clean-air vehicles.
Pay your bridge tolls electronically with
the FasTrak® transponder.
A.k.a. the roving tow truck service, stopping 7,000 times a month to come to the
rescue of stranded motorists, pick up debris and make roadways safer for the Bay
Area's traveling public.
MTC is teaming with Bay Area transit agencies to install
a standardized system of information displays at 21 key transit
hubs throughout the region.
A comprehensive effort to enhance traffic
incident detection, verification, mitigation, response and
A real-time notification system for the truckers frequenting the Port
MTC is committed to the improvement of the
Bay Area's entire Local Streets and Roads
network — a $35 billion dollar transportation
asset for the region.