Voters in Austin might soon approve a historic ballot measure that would radically increase transit access — and fund an anti-displacement program that could become a model for communities across the U.S.
As traffic volumes increase in our city centers, partly fueled by deliveries from a COVID boosted e-commerce sector, organizations are looking for a silver bullet for urban logistics. But has it been sitting right here under our noses all this time?
Transit Operators have Big Hopes for Biden (SFExaminer) Essential Workers Fear BART Cutbacks (SFChron) BART Ambassadors Program Formalized (SFExaminer) Will Voters Support Public Transit? (MassTransit) More on Court Challenge to Regional Measure 3 (NorthBayBizJournal) Muni Operator Collides Bus with Cyclist (SFExaminer) Atherton Caltrain Closure Vote Delayed (Almanac) Will ‘Slow Streets’ Continue After Pandemic? (SFGate) ‘Shared […]