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In the Media

Napa Vine Trail cityscape could become art district

A 1.7-mile section of Napa Valley Vine Trail through semi-industrial and residential areas in the city of Napa could become a corridor of murals and other eye-catching artwork.

Napa Valley Register

BART to Livermore extension plans get $2.26 million infusion

Planning work for the proposed BART to Livermore extension received a funding boost Wednesday after the Metropolitan Transportation Commission voted to approve $2.26 million in bridge toll funds for the project.

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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.

Plan Bay Area 2040 Draft Preferred Scenario Released

September 2016

Today the Draft Preferred Land Use Scenario was released, marking a major milestone toward the development of Plan Bay Area 2040.


Recap: Plan Bay Area 2040 Spring Open Houses

July 2016

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.