1. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with regard to the following litigation: • John Tos; Quentin Kopp; Town [More]
City of San José, California Transportation & Environment Committee of October 5,, 2020. Pre-meeting citizen input on Agenda via eComment at https://sanjose.granicusideas.com/meetings. This public meeting will be conducted via Zoom Webinar. For information on public [More]
City of San José, California Transportation & Environment Committee of December 7, 2020. Pre-meeting citizen input on Agenda via eComment at https://sanjose.granicusideas.com/meetings. This public meeting will be conducted via Zoom Webinar. For information on public [More]
City of San José Community & Economic Development Council Committee View agenda at https://sanjose.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=711312&GUID=CA9B8BE0-B87E-477F-830B-B4BB077D51BE
San Jose is booming. Downtown vacancy rates were 17 percent in 2017 and now they are at 10 percent and dropping. Len Ramirez reports. (1-30-20)
City of San José, California City Council meeting of June 16, 2020 Pre-meeting citizen input on Agenda via eComment at https://sanjose.granicusideas.com/meetings. This public meeting will be conducted via Zoom Webinar. For information on public participation [More]
Community Panel discussion of Plan Bay Area 2040 “EIR Alternatives and Action Plan” lead by Marin County Supervisor, Dennis Rodoni, Panelists: Matt Maloney, MTC, Brad Paul, ABAG Acting Executive Director, Alix Bockelman, MTC Deputy Executive [More]
The City of Santa Clara is now live for Downtown Community Task Force Meeting – February 3, 2020. NOTE: For an optimal video streaming experience, the Google Chrome web browser works best for viewing meetings. [More]
*Virtual Town Hall starts at 11:07 mark of the video. Caltrain Business Plan: https://www.Caltrain2040.org/Long-Range-Service-Vision/ In 20 years, the Bay Area’s population is projected to grow by more than 40%, adding an additional 2.4 million residents [More]
MTC and its partner regional agency — the Association of Bay Area Governments — have developed three alternative scenarios for how we will work, live and get around in 2040. Titled “Main Streets,” “Connected Neighborhoods” [More]