"We should have a world-class transit system. We have the bones of it," said California Senator Josh Becker. "If we just do fare and schedule integration, that would make a tremendous difference."
With new rail service breaking the one-millionth rider mark, is it time to think about extending past Larkspur and applying this strategy in other parts of the Bay Area?
Phil Matier, a pundit for KCBS and the SF Chronicle, has been betraying a rather stunning lack of policy knowledge recently, painting transit in the Bay Area as a boondoggle and wagging his finger at “bicycle lobbyists” for opposing a statewide mandatory helmet law. In a KCBS radio segment this week, Matier did seem to […]
From the project's Northern California Regional Director
Bicycle coalitions around the Bay Area will be rolling out the red carpet for bike commuters for the 17th annual Bike to Work Day (BTWD) this Thursday with energizer stations, commuter convoys, after parties, and other fun events. As cycling continues to grow throughout the Bay Area, bicycle advocates and city officials are expecting it to be the biggest […]
Click the map to enlarge. Image: Greenbelt Alliance. Even as our freeways and bridges in the Bay Area are choked with traffic for hours every day, the population in the region is projected to grow from over 7 million now to over 9 million by 2025. Deciding where to build housing to accommodate the growth […]