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In 2020, staff from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments held 35 public events about Plan Bay Area 2050, in order to exchange ideas with residents and staff from partner organizations.

Staff from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments presented updates on the Plan Bay Area 2050 Final Blueprint, including its associated Outcomes and Growth Pattern, as well as the Draft Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) Methodology and Final RHNA Subregional Shares.

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) invite members of the public to take part in a survey about the Implementation Plan phase of Plan Bay Area 2050.

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) are pleased to announce the release of the Plan Bay Area 2050 Final Blueprint Outcomes—a major milestone in the development of Plan Bay Area 2050, the Bay Area’s long-range plan to guide th

This Friday, December 18 at 12 p.m., staff from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments will present updates on the Plan Bay Area 2050 Final Blueprint, including its associated Outcomes and Growth Pattern, as well as the Draft Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) Methodology and Final RHNA Subregional Shares.

Thank you to all who participated in our second round of Plan Bay Area 2050 outreach this summer despite the ongoing trials we face in the Bay Area, including the global coronavirus pandemic and social unrest due to racial injustice.

While a series of Virtual Workshops and Telephone Town Halls will be happening during the Plan Bay Area 2050 Blueprint public comment period - July 10 through August 10, 2020 - busy Bay Area residents are invited to provide quick feedback via an online survey

Check out the Plan Bay Area 2050 Draft Blueprint, which integrates 25 resilient and equitable strategies to make progress toward a more affordable, connected, diverse, healthy and vibrant Bay Area for all.

New routes for bicycles and pedestrians, denser housing near transit stops, and more frequent and reliable train service were the top three strategies chosen by more than 3,100 people who played the Mayor of Bayville this fall.

Better public transit, more affordable housing and new routes for safe biking and walking were recurring themes raised by Bay Area residents at more than three dozen “pop-up” workshops held around the region this fall.