TransForm: The Future of El Camino Real Lies in Your Hands

From TransForm:

Increasing traffic congestion and slow transit. Unsafe and uninviting conditions for walking and bicycling. Rapidly escalating housing costs. These are some of the challenges facing El Camino Real today, but land use and transportation plans are under way in cities such as Sunnyvale that will affect traffic and transportation, community health and quality of life, and business and employment along the corridor. Important decisions, regarding Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Sunnyvale’s El Camino Precise Plan, will be made in the coming months and you have an opportunity to voice your perspective. Come join a discussion about the future of El Camino Real.

Speakers:
Andrew Miner, Principal Planner, City of Sunnyvale
Ria H Lo, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates
Mark Balestra, Owner, Sunnyvale Pearson Buick-GMC; Sunnyvale Auto Dealers Association
Michael Alba, Global Transportation Program Manager, LinkedIn

Moderator: Bruce Paton, Faculty Director, Graduate Programs, College of Business, San Francisco State University

Co-Sponsors:

  • Friends of Caltrain
  • Greenbelt Alliance
  • League of Women Voters of Cupertino-Sunnyvale
  • Nelson\Nygaard
  • Santa Clara County Public Health Department
  • Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition
  • Silicon Valley Independent Living Center
  • Silicon Valley Leadership Group
  • Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce
  • Sunnyvale Community Services
  • Sunnyvale Cool
  • TransForm

Free event. Snacks and refreshments provided.

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