Today’s News

Energy News for October 17, 2018

Platts: US FERC's LaFleur says some power grid security interventions 'commercially motivated' Platts: White House may use Iran sanctions to … [Read More...]

Water News for October 17, 2018

Los Angeles Daily News: Lights back on for most who lost power as Santa Ana winds subside in Southern California FOX 26: 300th Nutria captured, … [Read More...]

Transportation News for October 16, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Uber, Lyft cars clog SF streets, study says San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Briefing: How SF innovation breeds transit … [Read More...]

Our Work in Action

Governor Brown Signs Abandoned Vessels Bill Supported by BPC

On September 19, Governor Jerry Brown … [Read More...]

BPC Board of Directors Votes to Officially Oppose Proposition 6

At their meeting on Monday, September … [Read More...]

BPC Continues Advocacy Efforts on AB 617 Implementation

This month, BPC signed onto a second … [Read More...]

BPC Comments on Port of Oakland’s Draft Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan

Earlier this summer, the Port of Oakland … [Read More...]

BPC Continues Engagement on AB 617 Implementation

On August 21 a group of BPC members met … [Read More...]

Featured Member

Featured Member: Moffat & Nichol

Walnut Creek, California, September 26, 2018 – Moffatt & Nichol continues to shape the future of waterborne transit in the San Francisco Bay Area by designing new ferry terminals, and modernizing waterfront facilities by designing resilient marine terminals. Driven by the need to reduce congestion on our roads, the Bay Area is seeing a resurgence […]


BPC is excited to announce the release of its latest white paper, Shoreline Restoration/Resiliency Projects in SF Bay: An Opportunity for Improving Regulatory Efficiency. This paper was developed by the Sustainable Waterfronts Committee and led by primary authors Gary Oates and Priya Finnemore of ESA (Environmental Science Associates). Recognizing the need for a more expeditious, yet effective, permitting process for integrated restoration/resiliency projects for our Bay shorelines, this paper looks at the current state of permitting in the region, as well as others, and lays out a number of recommendations for improving regulatory efficiency.

Click here to read the paper.