Topic : Metropolitan Transportation Commission

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Caltrain joins regional pilot program for means-based fares

Rail| February 11, 2019

The program will allow low-income transit riders to qualify for a discount through the use of a Clipper card.

Cubic Clipper Card ops, maintenance contract extended

Management & Operations| July 31, 2017

The extended contract period is from Nov. 2019 to Nov. 2024, and is valued at approximately $25 million per year.

Motorcoach| September 15, 2016

Bay Area 'tech' shuttle services growing, study says

During a three-year period (210-2014), the number of shuttle vehicles on Bay Area roadways jumped by more than 60 percent and ridership increased by 45 percent.

Mobility| February 6, 2015

Bay Area public transportation usage decreasing

With more people riding Bay Area Rapid Transit and Caltrain rail lines and fewer using Bay Area buses, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is unable to explain why the trend is occurring, however, service cuts and sprawling growth in suburban areas were cited as possible factors.

Sustainability| September 24, 2014

Sonoma County Strengthens Commitment to CNG with New Fleet

With intercity routes forming the core of the agency's route network, the new fleet features high-back reclining seats and Wi-Fi.

Accessibility| April 24, 2014

Cubic receives Calif. Clipper card add-on contract

The $7.5 million contract from Metropolitan Transportation Commission to expand the fare payment system to more than a dozen suburban transit agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Management & Operations| September 17, 2013

Cubic unveils mobile site for Calif. Clipper Card

Gives Clipper Card customers the convenience of checking their card balance, adding fare products to their cards, registering their cards and ordering new cards, all using a mobile phone.
Rail| September 29, 2011

Calif.'s SMART awarded $33.1M for rail

The initial operating segment, between Railroad Square in Santa Rosa and downtown San Rafael, is the first phase of a project that will create a new North Bay “backbone” to complement existing transit options.
Accessibility| February 22, 2011

S.F. area transit agencies could merge admin to save $100M

Since they spend nearly 20 percent of their collective budgets on administrative functions, and the national average for such spending is closer to 15 percent, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission says Bay Area agencies could merge their admin operations to cut costs.
Accessibility| January 20, 2011

California Gov. may not cut transit funds

While Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget, released last week, does not include cuts to transit, a spokesman for a San Francisco transportation and planning agency cautioned that a fuel tax swap approved last year may take $2.5 billion from transit.
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