Final Implementation Plan

The Implementation Plan identifies the near-term steps necessary to accelerate Plan Bay Area 2050’s long-term vision, focusing on concrete actions that the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) can advance, in partnership with public, non-profit and private organizations, over the next five years for each of the plan's 35 strategies.

Karl Nielsen

On October 21, 2021, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Executive Board of the Association of Bay Area Governments jointly adopted Plan Bay Area 2050, along with its Implementation Plan and related supplemental reports, as the Bay Area’s newest long-range regional plan for the next four years. The Implementation Plan transitions the Plan Bay Area 2050 process from long-range planning to near-term action.

The Partnership Phase of the Implementation Plan, which kicked off with the release of Draft Plan Bay Area 2050, expanded the focus beyond MTC and ABAG and further developed the partnerships and commitments needed to advance the strategies. Based on feedback received during the Partnership Phase, the Draft Implementation Plan was revised and the final now details approximately 80 concrete actions that MTC, ABAG and our partners can take to advance the plan’s 35 strategies. Based on feedback received during the Partnership Phase, the Draft Implementation Plan was revised and now details more than 80 concrete actions that MTC, ABAG and partners can take over a five-year period.

Policymakers will discuss the revised Implementation Plan on Friday, October 8 at a joint meeting of the MTC Planning Committee and the ABAG Administrative Committee. The full Commission will then meet with the ABAG Executive Board on the evening of October 21 to vote on the Final Plan Bay Area 2050 and its Final Implementation Plan.

The Implementation Plan for Plan Bay Area 2050, which is an expanded version of the Action Plan pioneered in Plan Bay Area 2040, will not rest on ABAG’s and MTC’s shoulders alone, as many of the actions that need to be taken will be outside the realm of the two agencies’ responsibilities. The Implementation Plan requires a shared commitment and strong collaboration among regional policymakers, local governments, partner agencies and civic organizations.

The Implementation Plan is included as Chapter 7 of Plan Bay Area 2050.

Read the Final Implementation Plan

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