Final Plan Bay Area document now available online

final plan bay area documentThe final Plan Bay Area document has been released by the Plan Bay Area, adopted by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), lays out a 25-year vision for transportation and housing to sustain our communities, environment and economy. The plan is available online and a limited number of printed copies are available via the MTC-ABAG Library. To request a printed copy, please email [email protected] or call (510) 817-5836.

The long-range plan, which includes $292 billion in transportation investments through the year 2040, was developed over three years in collaboration with thousands of Bay Area residents and local government partners, as well as with a range of interested stakeholder organizations. Plan Bay Area is the nine-county region’s first Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) to meet the requirements of California’s landmark 2008 Senate Bill 375, which calls on each of the state’s 18 metropolitan areas to include in the RTP a Sustainable Communities Strategy to accommodate future population growth and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and light trucks. Working in collaboration with cities and counties, Plan Bay Area advances initiatives to expand housing and transportation choices, create healthier communities and build a stronger regional economy.<br clear=”left”/>

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (AABAG) today rele…

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  1. Richard Colman says

    Plan Bay Area lacks political legitimacy. Not one of the MTC or ABAG directors was ever elected by popular vote. MTC and ABAG are reminiscent of King George III of England. Whatever happend to democracy in California? Plan Bay Area should be scrapped!