End of Car-Free Challenge Celebration: Walnut Creek

"Come Party with Car-Free Challengers and TransForm Supporters! At the end of the Car-Free Challenge, Sports Basement is helping us host not one, not two, but three parties around the Bay Area that will be free for Challengers and guest. There will be delicious munchies, festive libations (wine, beer & more), prizes, and discounted shopping. We can’t think of a better place for you to be than celebrating with Car-Free Challengers and TransForm supporters who want more public transportation, walking, and biking options!"

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End of Car-Free Challenge Celebration: San Francisco

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Come Party with Car-Free Challengers and TransForm Supporters! At the end of the Car-Free Challenge, Sports Basement is helping us host not one, not two, but three parties around the Bay Area that will be free for Challengers and guest. There will be delicious munchies, festive libations (wine, beer & more), prizes, and discounted shopping. We […]

End of Car-Free Challenge Celebration: Sunnyvale

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"Come Party with Car-Free Challengers and TransForm Supporters! At the end of the Car-Free Challenge, Sports Basement is helping us host not one, not two, but three parties around the Bay Area that will be free for Challengers and guest. There will be delicious munchies, festive libations (wine, beer & more), prizes, and discounted shopping. We […]

Board Challengers Hope to Change Culture at BART

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With the anti-incumbency narrative dominating elections this fall, it shouldn’t be a surprise that two of the longest-serving BART board directors are facing stiff competition from upstart challengers who claim they have lost touch with the electorate they serve. Far from the anti-government Tea Party rhetoric, however, the two candidates providing the greatest challenge to […]

Supes Farrell and Cohen Have Yet to Grasp Why Free Parking Hurts SF

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Mark Farrell and Malia Cohen emerged as the most vocal proponents of free car parking on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors at a hearing on parking meters last week. Farrell called the hearing in February based on an admittedly “unfounded” suspicion that the SF Municipal Transportation Agency was planning to install parking meters in District 2, which […]