The public clearly has an appetite for mobility as a service (MaaS). People want to plan, book and pay for various forms of transport via a digital platform.
Last year’s Bike Month was subdued for the obvious reasons. And while this year’s Bike Month is not a return to the normal calendar of bicycling related festivities, there are certainly more events, and better programming than what we saw last year when groups were just trying to figure out how to do bicycling events safely.
Historic Streetcars Coming Back (MassTransit) More on BART/Caltrain Merger Poll (SFExaminer) Project to Improve Bike Connections to Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (EastBayTimes) Some in Mill Valley Want Cars Back on Flex Streets (MarinIJ) Face Masks No Longer Required Outdoors (SFChron) Pandemic ‘Exodus’ Almost Over? (SFChron) Can Dems Deliver Climate Change Laws? (SFChron) Letters: Ban Fracking Faster […]
Poll shows transit riders support efforts of Seamless Bay Areas and others in seeking an integrated system
We were all raised in car culture — which normalizes the idea that 40,000 people will die in car crashes every year. But it's not normal. And it needs to be called what it is.
Here is a list of (mostly) online/webinar events this week.