As part of the Monterey County Rail Extension Kick Start Project - Package 1, TAMC has constructed improvements at the Salinas train station. Also known as the Intermodal Transportation Center, the site is in downtown Salinas on State Route 183 (Market Street), a walkable distance to the Monterey Salinas Transit (MST) bus center and the main employment areas of downtown Salinas. To date, the…
Monday, March 29, 2021
MONTEREY COUNTY – The Transportation Agency for Monterey County (TAMC) announced that the California Transportation Commission (CTC) has allocated $12.04 million in Active Transportation funds for the City of Seaside’s “Broadway Avenue Complete Street Corridor” project. This funding will be matched with $1.02 million from TAMC and $940 thousand in local Measure X funds to redesign Broadway Avenue…
TAMC Board Approves Programming for Federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 Funds
TAMC Hosts Unmet Transit Needs Public Hearing
Caltrans District 5 Released the following update on February 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.
Currently there is no safe access for vehicles, bicyclists or pedestrians through the Highway 1/Rat Creek washout. The slide area has been secured, heavy equipment is being mobilized and engineering crews continue doing damage assessment and monitoring up and downslopes for potential further instability and movement. Thanks for your patience and cooperation.
TRANSPORTATION AGENCY FOR MONTEREY COUNTY
To the surprise of his colleagues, when Supervisor Lopez said he wanted to comment on the "Gloria Road/Iverson/Johnson Canyon Road Project, no one knew he was standing in the rain along Johnson Canyon Road until he turned on his camera to talk about the improvements and its significance for those who can travel safely along the roadways.
The Transportation Agency presented their 19th Annual Transportation Excellence Awards to honor community members, programs and projects that make a significant contribution to improve transportation in Monterey County. This year’s awards recognize a city’s effort to reduce congestion along their mayor arteries, a unique public-private partnership that worked together in South County to make road…
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
The Transportation Agency for Monterey County (TAMC) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, January 15, 2021 to celebrate the improvements at the Intermodal Transportation Center in Salinas. TAMC Executive Director Debbie Hale was joined by several elected officials to present to the community the completion of Package 1 of the Monterey County Rail Extension Package 1.
TRANSPORTATION: Surviving 2020 with Hope & Resiliency
December 2, 2020
November 24, 2020
The Transportation Agency and Caltrans seek to rescind the old Prunedale Bypass route segment of the US 101 corridor, sell the excess property originally purchased for the bypass in the 1970’s, and insure that the estimated $10 million of proceeds from the sell are applied to a project (or projects) identified in the Monterey County Local Alternative Transportation Improvement Program.
November 17, 2020
October 27, 2020
October 20, 2020
MONTEREY COUNTY – The Transportation Agency for Monterey County (TAMC), in partnership with Blue Zones Project Monterey County, and the City of Salinas announced that Jenny Cogswell of Monterey is the winner of the first $50 random drawing of the “Go831 Smart Commute to the Moon Challenge” for logging her October telework trips.
September 28, 2020
Monday, September 28, 2020
September 23, 2020
August 19, 2020
At the June 24, 2020 meeting of the Transportation Agency for Monterey County’s Board of Directors, the Board adopted the State Route 156 Multimodal Corridor Plan. The State Route 156 Multimodal Corridor Plan was developed with the intent of presenting an integrated analysis of mode-specific plans along the corridor in order to document the eligibility of the State Route 156 Castroville Boulevard…
The health and safety of TAMC employees and visitors to its office is essential. While the COVID-19 pandemic is not over, shelter-in-place orders are being relaxed and plans need to be made to dictate how the Agency offices will reopen. A team of Agency staff has developed and the Executive Director has signed off on the attached protocol to ensure that the return to office is done in a safe and healthy manner. This protocol will be updated on a monthly basis by the Executive Director to reflect the status of the pandemic within the County.
The Transportation Agency has a dedicated website for the Measure X Safe Routes to School Program. The website provides information about the program which includes: fun-filled classroom and outdoor…
Best Practices and Tips for Telework During COVID-19 and Beyond! A 4-part Webinar Series for Employers, Managers and Employees
The Transportation Agency has developed a dedicated website for the US Highway 101 South of Salinas project between the Main Street Overcrossing in Chualar and the Airport Boulevard Overcrossing in…