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Garrapata Bridge Railings
This is such an excellent letter from the Albion Bridge Stewards group in support of our efforts to maintain the historical and visual significance of the bridge railings as they have existed for ...
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The Transportation Agency for Monterey County serves as Monterey County’s regional transportation planning agency, and is a state-designated agency responsible for planning and financial programming of transportation projects. As such, TAMC is tasked with developing a regional transportation plan, or RTP, for the county to provide a basis for the allocation of state and federal transportation funds to transportation projects within the county over a long-range timeframe. TAMC is one of three regional transportation planning agencies within the larger metropolitan planning organization area of the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments.
Transportation Agency of Monterey County is also the authority managing funds from the transportation sales tax adopted by voters in November 2016. The agency is be responsible for distributing funds and assuring that the accountability measures are achieved.
From Monterey County Weekly...
Play can be a way for kids to learn new concepts, including math, vocabulary words and, according to transportation officials, the rules of the road.
Having just released a draft environmental impact report on planned improvements to the Highway 68 corridor, transportation officials are now hosting a series of public hearings to present their plans and receive feedback from residents.
From King City Rustler...
Transportation Agency for Monterey County announced that U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta has secured $640,000 in federal funding for TAMC to develop a Monterey County Regional Vision Zero Plan.
From Salinas Valley Tribune...
The temporary redesign created as a Safe Routes to School demonstration is now open for community members to test out.
Transportation Agency for Monterey County announced that Soledad residents and workers will have the opportunity to vote on which projects to fund.
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