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SamTrans and San Mateo County Transportation Authority Host Autonomous Vehicle Workshop

SamTrans and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority (TA) will host a workshop on the future of autonomous vehicles in San Mateo County on Wednesday, November 17. The webinar will provide an overview of current autonomous policy framework, and an opportunity to learn about available
SMCEL-JPA Adopts Toll Ordinance

The San Mateo County Express Lanes Joint Powers Authority (SMCEL-JPA) Board of Directors adopted a Toll Ordinance to establish a process for toll collection and enforcement on the new US 101 express lanes in San Mateo County at its June Board Meeting . The first phase
San Mateo County Transportation Authority Adopts Budget

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority’s (TA) Board of Directors unanimously approved a 148.9 million budget at their June Board meeting for the 2022 Fiscal Year (FY). This budget includes the estimated receipt of 96.5 million in Measure A funds and 48.2 million in Measure
SMCEL-JPA Holds Public Hearing on Toll Ordinance

The San Mateo County Express Lanes Joint Powers Authority (SMCEL-JPA) Board of Directors held a public hearing Friday, where they introduced a Toll Ordinance to establish a process for toll collection and enforcement on the new US 101 express lanes in San Mateo County. The
San Mateo County Transit District Supports Newsom Budget

The San Mateo County Transit District supports the expanded investment in transportation in Governor Newsom’s recently announced budget. With a focus on job creation, increasing connectivity and protecting our climate, this budget calls for 2 billion for local roads and streets, 1.4 billion for Zero