Articles From : SBCAG staff
15 in-person events and a countywide bicycle challenge exceeded expectations during the 13th annual celebration of national bike month.
An updated congestion relief draft plan for the U.S. 101 in the south coast adds local bike, pedestrian, bus, and zero emission vehicle improvements to several existing multimodal enhancements that are part of the U.S. 101 Carpinteria to Santa Barbara project.
Ten community forums are underway throughout Santa Barbara County featuring panel conversations by various business, schools, non-profit and community leaders sharing their experiences, challenges and opportunities to improve internet speed and cost countywide.
Results from a broadband needs assessment survey and speed test in Santa Barbara County will help identify opportunities to improve internet speed and cost.
Santa Barbara County Association of Governments, in partnership with the Caltrans, debuts Clean Air Express’s new battery-electric intercity bus.
Santa Barbara County Association of Governments brings electric bike program to Santa Maria for residents and commuters to try as a measure to reduce traffic and air pollution in Santa Barbara County.
Santa Barbara County Association of Governments Highway 154 Safety Committee announced they will convene a meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, September 29 via zoom webinar.
Three community leaders were re-appointed to four-year terms on the oversight committee responsible for the accountability of the expenditure of an estimated $1 billion of Measure A.
A $4.4 million investment helps secure a home for two interregional public transit services
SBCAG states the Measure A 2020 report shows resilient commitment to high priority regional and local transportation projects.
SBCAG's upcoming board meeting includes consideration for 24,856 housing units as the final regional housing needs determination for local cities and county jurisdictions to plan to accommodate through 2031.
Holly Sierra, Mayor of Buellton, has been selected as Chair and four newly elected city and county representatives join the agency’s Board of Directors.