Join a virtual public workshop to discuss the future of automated vehicles in San Mateo County

TA Media Contact: Randol White, 650-647-3489 
C/CAG Media Contact: Sean Charpentier, 415-370-2174  

Automated vehicles (AVs) are rapidly emerging as a transformative technology that will revolutionize transportation and mobility in San Mateo County. That’s why it’s important to create a strategic plan for the path forward while AVs are still in their early development stages. 

With that in mind, local transportation experts and leaders will host a virtual public workshop to help gather thoughts and ideas from the community on how best to move forward with important aspects of the strategic plan. 

  • What: Automated Vehicles Virtual Public Workshop 
  • Who: San Mateo County Transportation Authority (TA), in partnership with the City and County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (C/CAG
  • Where: Zoom (Register here
  • When: Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 6:00 p.m. 

The workshop will include an overview of the project, information on practical AV applications, goal setting, and a request for feedback on a draft vision statement. The plan itself will include strategies and recommendations for AV pilot programs and activities.  

The TA and C/CAG value community feedback and want to hear your thoughts about this important issue that will affect transportation of all forms, including personal vehicles, shuttles, transit, freight, delivery, and so much more. 


About the Transportation Authority (TA): Created to administer Measure A, San Mateo County’s ½ cent sales tax, the TA provides funding for transportation projects and programs in San Mateo County. In 2004, more than 75% of San Mateo County voters reauthorize Measure A for an additional 25 years. In 2018, voters approved Measure W, the San Mateo County Congestion Relief Plan an additional ½ cent sales tax. The TA will administer half the revenue of Measure W and the San Mateo County Transit District will administer the other half to fund and implement the Congestion Relief Plan. 

About C/CAG: C/CAG works on issues that affect the quality of life in general; transportation, air quality, stormwater runoff, airport/land use compatibility planning, hazardous waste, climate planning, energy and water resource strategies, and solid waste and recycling.  C/CAG operates as a Joint Powers Authority and has membership that includes each of the 20 cities and the County in San Mateo County.  

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