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California’s deficient system of roads and bridges has cost Californians $53.6 billion in additional vehicle operating costs, traffic-related delays and car crashes, according to a recent report by national transportation group TRIP.
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The Bay Area’s economy has been the nation’s best performer since 2001, with its 18 percent per-capita Gross Regional Product (GRP) growth outpacing Los Angeles, New York and Philadelphia.
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The correct answer is highlighted in yellow. The Plan Bay Area Weekly Poll appears every Monday on this page. The results are published the following Monday. The questions are intended to be educational in nature.
Public comments like those collected during this spring's open houses will help inform staff recommendations and, ultimately, the final decisions about Plan Bay Area 2040 made by members of MTC and ABAG.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) this week unveiled two new online tools to make it easier for Bay Area residents to weigh in on the policies and strategies shaping Plan Bay Area 2040, the long-range regional transportation and housing roadmap.