The Bay Area Houston Transportation Partnership serves as the transportation management organization facilitating Regional Mobility Management for employers, government agencies and residents in the Bay Area Transportation Partnership regional service area.

Enhance regional mobility by advocating for improved infrastructure and air quality, reducing traffic congestion, and cultivating relationships with communities, business leaders, and elected/appointed officials that result in positive transportation solutions. 

City of Houston Proclaimed January 26, 2016 Bay Area Houston Transportation Partnership Day in honor of the Organization's 25th Anniversary.
Mayor Turner Presents the Proclamation for the City of Houston
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Council Member Dave Martin Present the
Proclamation to the BAYTRAN Board
City of Houston Proclaims January 26, 2016 Bay Area Houston Transportation Partnership Day
City of Houston's Proclamation
BAYTRAN Board holds the Houston City Proclamation
BAYTRAN Board showing the new Proclamation

  • Over 100 members representing cities, agencies, and businesses in the Bay Area region, which consists of over 2,000 square miles;
  • Represents three counties (Brazoria, Galveston, and Harris) and 30 communities; over one million residents;

  • Promote good will between the communities, businesses, and industries that share transportation, infrastructure, and mobility interests;
  • Support current and future transportation and infrastructure projects in the Bay Area region;
  • Advocate for transportation and infrastructure priorities identified by the Houston-Galveston Area Council;
  • Provide networking opportunities with key transportation experts, elected officials, and agency representatives at monthly luncheons and special events
  • Host the Annual State of the Counties Address featuring premier keynote speakers representing Brazoria, Galveston, and Harris counties



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