Every Public Meeting

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)

The Metropolitan Transit Development Board (MTDB) was created in 1975 by the passage of California Senate Bill 101 and came into existence on January 1, 1976. In 1984, the Governor signed Senate Bill 1736, which expanded the MTD Board of Directors from 8 to 15 members. In 2002, Senate Bill 1703 merged MTDB’s long-range planning, financial programming, project development and construction functions into the regional metropolitan planning organization, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). In 2005, MTDB changed its name to the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS).

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About this project

Mapping 1124 public meetings and counting!

What is Every Public Meeting?

Every Public Meeting is a free, crowd-sourced directory of every public meeting from every state, county, and local public body. Each meeting is a dead simple, highly-shareable event page, with everything from when, where and which decision-makers attend, to how to get there and get in, who to call with questions, and how to leave a comment whether you can go or not. Read about our mission.

Every Public Meeting is a project by Include People.