The San Mateo County Transportation Authority

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority (TA) plans, funds, and delivers transportation programs and projects throughout San Mateo County.

The TA manages the voter-approved Measure A and Measure W sales taxes that generate revenue to help improve transit and relieve congestion. The TA is an independent agency and is governed by an appointed board of seven directors, who are elected officials, representing the county, cities and the San Mateo County Transit District.

Call for Projects

Quick Links
TA Funded Map
Funded Projects Map
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2023 Highway Program Call for Projects
101 Express Lanes Project
SM 101 Express Lanes Projects
SM 101 Express Lanes Policy
SM 101 Express Lanes Joint Powers Authority
Measure A Expenditure Percentages
Measure A
Measure W Expenditure Percentages
Measure W
Latest News
Train is held at the Broadway at-grade crossing following a vehicle strike on Nov. 8.
TA awards $2.3 million for elevated Caltrain tracks at Broadway in Burlingame
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Join a virtual public workshop to discuss the future of automated vehicles in San Mateo County
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County Seeks Feedback to Improve Mobility Along Highway 101
New grant provides $400k to help improve mobility for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders crossing Highway 101
Up to $100 million Now Available for Projects to Reduce Traffic Congestion in San Mateo County
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San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board Approves Funding for Shuttle Program Call for Projects
San Mateo County Transportation Authority Adopts New Budget
Transportation Authority Seeks Volunteers for Citizens Advisory Committee
San Mateo 101 Express Lanes Equity Program Reaches 1,500 Sign-Ups
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San Mateo US 101 Express Lanes Breaks Ground
Grand Boulevard Initiative Celebrates 10 Years
2023 onward, all Board meeting agendas are available on our agenda management platformAny other public meeting agendas (or for all public meeting agendas prior to 2023) are still located and searchable here or at TA Meetings Calendar | SMCTA

Upcoming Meetings