Monterey Bay Area Sensitive Resources Mapping Project

This planning effort identifies sensitive resources in the Monterey Bay Area region to give transportation project managers a better understanding of the potential mitigations projects may require, allowing for long‐term resource planning and early mitigation. The majority of planned transportation projects for the next 30 years which were identified in the Association of Monterey Bay Area Government’s (AMBAG) Moving Forward Monterey Bay 2035 Plan were mapped along with available sensitive resource data.

U.S. 101 Central Coast California Freight Strategy

AMBAG in cooperation with Caltrans, the Santa Cruz Regional Transportation Commission, the Transportation Agency for Monterey County, the Council of San Benito County Governments, the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments, and the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments is preparing a goods movement plan for the US Highway 101 corridor along the California Central Coast from San Benito County to the North to Santa Barbara County in the South. This strategic plan will result in a plan to improve freight movement along the US Highway 101 corridor and key connecting routes, identify opportunities to improve freight movement, improve general traffic movement, and preserve the highway system.

Greg Caput

Mickie Luna

Retail Lighting: Title 24 and Technology Update

When:
December 31, 1969
Where:

AMBAG- Server/Email System Down for Repair

AMBAG's server, internet, and email system is down for repair from Thursday August 15th at 5pm to Friday August 16 at noon. During the interruption staff are unable to receive or send both faxes and emails. If you are trying to reach AMBAG staff during this time, please call AMBAG staff at (831) 883-3750.

When:
December 31, 1969
Where:

AMBAG- Server/Email System Down for Repair

AMBAG's server, internet, and email system is down for repair from Thursday August 15th at 5pm to Friday August 16 at noon. During the interruption staff are unable to receive or send both faxes and emails. If you are trying to reach AMBAG staff during this time, please call AMBAG staff at (831) 883-3750.

When:
December 31, 1969
Where:

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