MTC's Public Participation Plan was adopted by the Commission on December 15, 2010, and lays out the steps MTC will take to involve residents in decisions affecting Bay Area transportation and land use policies and investments.
To request a copy in Spanish, Chinese or other languages, please call MTC’s Public Information Office, 510.817.5757.
El Plan Para la Participación del Público 2010 esta disponible en español. Los residentes interesados pueden solicitar copias llamando a la Oficina de Información al Público, al 510.817.5757.
Public Participation Plan (PDF)
Plan Para la Participación del Público 2010 (en Español)
Together, we can work to preserve the things we love about the San Francisco Bay Area — our region's breathtaking natural beauty, dynamic cities, towns and neighborhoods, first-rate cultural and educational institutions, our varied and hardworking transportation system and leading-edge economy. With your ongoing involvement, we can plan together to remain a strong, resilient region that can bounce back from natural disasters and economic downturns. We can roll up our sleeves now to help our communities grow in a way that leaves a generous legacy for future generations. Will you join us?
Visit the web sites of the Bay Area's regional planning agencies and learn about their missions and work. Follow what's happening so you can have a voice in key decisions. Consider attending a meeting and speaking your mind.
Here are meeting calendars for regional agencies:
- Association of Bay Area Governments meeting calendar
- Bay Area Air Quality Management District meeting calendar
- Bay Conservation and Development Commission meeting calendar
- Metropolitan Transportation Commission meeting calendar
Do you participate in social media? Consider following OneBayArea on facebook or Twitter. If you are interested in helping keep the region's skies free of air pollution,
follow Spare the Air.
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