TransForm: 15th Anniversary Party

From TransForm:

15 Years of TransForming the Bay Area & California

This is more than a birthday party.  This is a night for you to:
  • Be inspired by stories from people and places that have been transformed.
  • See our vision for making world-class public transportation and walkable communities the norm, not the exception, over the next 15 years.
  • Celebrate our growing movement and all we’ve accomplished together.
  • Show your commitment to transforming the Bay Area and California.
Tickets are just $15 in advance and include birthday cake, beer, wine, and appetizers.  This event is likely to sell out, so get your tickets now!
We want you there as we take on TransForm’s next 15 transformative years. Don’t miss it!

About TransForm

Since TransForm’s founding 15 years ago, TransForm has won literally billions of dollars and groundbreaking policies in support of public transportation, smart growth, affordable housing, and bicycle/pedestrian safety.   Our success is based on our ability to unite social justice, environmental, bike/pedestrian, senior, health, labor, and business groups around a shared agenda – combined with our transportation policy expertise and innovation.  We work in California, with a focus on the Bay Area as a testing ground and model for other regions.


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