COG seeks community input on the 2020-2045 long-range plan that guides transportation investments for all forms of travel, including motor vehicle, transit, bicycle, and walking.
Committee members oversee compliance with the transportation ordinance, as specified in the Transportation Safety and Investment Plan.
COG seeks community input on the 2022-2045 long-range plan that guides transportation investments for all forms of travel, including motor vehicle, transit, bicycle, and walking.
If enough passengers ride on the free service days, County Express will be eligible to apply for the same grant in the upcoming year to offer the free rides once again.
Event to celebrate growth of children by providing more than 40 interactive learning stations.
Local transportation agency now accepting applications for an 11-member citizens oversight committee to ensure Measure G funds are spent according to plan.
COG works on implementation after voters approved Measure G last November.
Properly securing children in safety seats goes a long way in keeping them safer.
A group of local cyclists took a Sunday ride on county roads and through the streets of San Juan Bautista.
The Token Transit App is making ticket purchases more user-friendly and convenient for riders.
The COG board will meet on July 19 and make a final decision as to whether or not to ask the San Benito County Board of Supervisors to place a transportation sales tax measure on the November 6 ballot.
Kids at the Park to celebrate the healthy growth of children by proving more than 30 interactive learning stations.
Bike Week aims to give visibility to the importance of alternative modes of transportation— one bicycle at a time.
The regional transportation agency is seeking community input on transportation needs, and is scheduling conversations with community organizations to discuss possible solutions.
Draft long-range regional transportation plan now available for comment. Meetings allowing public comment are scheduled for January.
The action aims to protect nesting raptors.
Public health said the current OptumServe testing site has the capacity to perform 990 scheduled tests per week.
Though the tenant has not yet been named, the project will be built to receive and distribute furniture and appliances, and employ over 400 people.