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Transportation Authority Seeks Community Volunteers

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority is soliciting applications for its Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). A 15-member volunteer group, the CAC acts in an advisory
Pacifica to Hold Public Meeting Feb. 19 on San Pedro Creek Bridge Replacement Project

Pacifica residents and other affected citizens are invited to attend a public information meeting on the Route 1 San Pedro Creek Bridge Replacement and Creek
San Mateo County to Explore Calls for New Shuttle Projects

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority, along with the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (C/CAG), has begun accepting project calls for its
Transportation Authority Elects Officers

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority, which manages local transportation tax funds created by Measure A, unanimously elected Karyl Matsumoto as chair of its board
Free Shuttle Service in Daly City’s Bayshore Community Starts Today

Residents of the Bayshore community in Daly City are celebrating the launch of a free shuttle service, which connects locals to vital resources like hospitals,
Technical Assistance Available to Potential Shuttle Sponsors

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority, in partnership with SamTrans and the Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance, continues to offer free technical assistance to all
Transportation Authority, Daly City Mayor and Community Leaders to Celebrate Launch of Free Shuttle Bus Service on Jan. 6

What: Officials from the San Mateo County Transportation Authority and Daly City,    alongside leading residents, will gather on Jan. 6 to celebrate the start of
District Employees Give Back During the Holidays and Throughout the Year

As we begin the new year, the San Mateo County Transit District, which manages Caltrain, SamTrans and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority, is reflecting
Transportation Authority Announces Call for Pedestrian and Bicycle Projects

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority is announcing a call for projects for the county's Pedestrian and Bicycle Program. A total of 5.4 million is
Transit District Goes Digital with Annual Holiday Greeting Card

The San Mateo County Transit District, which manages Caltrain, SamTrans and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority, is celebrating the holiday season in an eco-friendly
Free Shuttle Service For Daly City Unanimously Approved

Funding for a free shuttle service, providing vital east-west connections to supermarkets, health facilities and neighborhood centers in Daly City’s Bayshore community, was unanimously approved
Transportation Authority Launches Blog To Talk Transit Issues

Transportation is one of the few issues that affects everyone on some level. To provide more information and keep the public more fully informed about
Caltrain Begins Operating on New San Bruno Grade Separation

Starting with the first southbound train Sunday morning, Caltrain began operating on the new San Bruno Grade Separation. Trains were moved from the temporary train
Trains Move to New Elevated Tracks in San Bruno May 26

The Caltrain San Bruno Grade Separation Project has reached an important milestone. Beginning with the first southbound train on Sunday, May 26, which is scheduled
New Board Member Welcomed by Transportation Authority

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board welcomed David Canepa as its newest member at its meeting yesterday.  The City Selection Committee selected Canepa, Vice
Transportation Authority Reelects Officers, Members

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board reelected officers and swore- in three returning board members at its meeting Jan. 3.  The Board of Directors
TA Approves Funding for Alpine Road Bicycle Safety Improvements

TA Approves Funding for Alpine Road Safety Improvements   The San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board approved the allocation of Measure A funding and the
Transportation Authority Approves Highway Funding

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board yesterday approved 82.7 million in funding for highway projects that will reduce congestion and improve safety on key
San Bruno Grade Separation Project Nears Half-Way Mark

The San Bruno Grade Separation Project, which will dramatically enhance safety at three rail crossings in downtown San Bruno, is nearing the half-way mark. The
Transportation Authority Launches New Website

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority has redesigned its website to showcase the agency’s important contributions to improving transportation in the county. The website - www.smcta.com
Transportation Authority Seeks Community Volunteers

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority is soliciting applicants for its Citizens Advisory Committee. The 15-member, volunteer CAC acts as a liaison between the public
Transportation Authority Announces Call for Shuttle Projects

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority and the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County is announcing a joint call for projects for the
Public Comment Period for State Route 1/Calera Parkway Environmental Report Extended to Oct. 22

The public will have until Oct. 22 to comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment for State Route 1/Calera Parkway Widening Project. The California
Transportation Authority Wetlands Project Wins Top Award

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority's Wetland Mitigation Restoration Project was recently selected as the Environment Enhancement Project of the Year by the California Transportation
Public Comment Period Opens for State Route 1/Calera Parkway Environmental Report

The public comment period for the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment for State Route 1/Calera Parkway Widening Project in Pacifica opens today. The purpose of
Public Comment Period Opens for State Route 1/Calera Parkway Environmental Report

The public comment period for the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment for State Route 1/Calera Parkway Widening Project in Pacifica opens today. The purpose of
Transportation Authority Elects Officers, Welcomes Members

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board elected officers and welcomed a new board member at its meeting Thursday. The Board of Directors unanimously re-elected
SamTrans Executive Director Featured on Radio Call-in Show

Michael J. Scanlon, SamTrans' executive director, was interviewed by Carl Guardino, president and CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, on Radio KLIV's CEO Show,
Transportation Authority Wetlands Project Wins Award

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority's Wetland Mitigation Restoration Project has been selected to receive a Merit Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies
Highway Auxiliary Lane Project - Phase 4 Completion

An event celebrating the completion on the fourth phase of an auxiliary lane project to improve traffic flow on Highway 101 was held today next
Public Information Meeting Regarding State Route 1/Calera Parkway Project June 22

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority and the City of Pacifica, in partnership with the California Department of Transportation, will hold an informational meeting on
Transportation Authority Announces Call for Shuttle Operations Projects

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority is announcing aCall for Projects for local shuttle operations, beginning March 31, 2010. Four percent of the revenues from
Public Comment Period for State Route 1 Project Extended

Based on input received from the public, the comment period for the proposed State Route 1/Calera Parkway Project is being extended indefinitely while the San
Public Meeting Regarding State Route 1/Calera Parkway Project to be Held March 3

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority and the City of Pacifica, in partnership with the California Department of Transportation, will hold a public environmental scoping
Transportation Authority to Hold Public Hearing Regarding Proposed Budgets

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority will hold a public hearing on Thursday, May 21, to receive comments about its proposed capital and operating budgets
TA Funds Help Fill Fiscal Potholes

If funding from the San Mateo County Transportation Authority was not available to cities, Veterans Boulevard in Redwood City might not have been resurfaced; Burlingame