Need to get to Yosemite Valley without a car? For 20 years, the Merced County Association of Governments staffs and operates the Yosemite Area Regional Transit Service (YARTS).
Mendocino COG has been working for nearly 10 years with the community on the Round Valley Indian Reservation to improve pedestrian and bicycling safety on a stretch of road where accidents and collisions are unusually high.
WRCOG's property assessed clean energy program has served 90,000 projects worth more than $2 billion in value.
Fourteen CALCOG members have joined a joint powers authority to operate CalVans, which offers over 800 Vanpools statewide that collective take more than 300,000 vehicle miles traveled off the roads . . . every day.
WRCOG helps local jurisdictions purchase streetlamps from utilities, improve lighting, and save money.
TCAG helps the City of Woodlake find funding for key transportation elements for a downtown enhancement plan that has the result of attracting business and increasing transit ridership.
ACTC offers gilded incentives to students choosing active transportation options to get to and from school.
LA Metro uses an innovative permeable pavement solution at a bus yard to help protect the water quality for the Los Angeles Estuary.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) created a new revolving loan program—called the Transit Oriented Affordable Housing (TOAH) Program—that provides early loan financing for affordable housing projects that are well-located in transit-rich areas.
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority contributes local sales tax funds from Measure J to support the first 10 years of operations for a ferry service starting this month from the new Richmond Ferry Terminal.
The National Association of Regional Councils recognized City of Paso Robles Council Member Fred Strong and Stanislaus County Supervisor Vito Chiesa for their excellence in regional leadership.
SANDAG, SCAG, and MTC receive national awards for planning excellence awards.