Livable City Forum: “Tomorrow Transit: Connecting the Bay to the Last Mile”

From Livable City:

Please join moderator Tom Radulovich as transportation leaders and end-users discuss solving last mile issues in the Bay Area.

Connecting the Bay to the Last Mile will be held June 29 at the Book Club of California. This free, 90 minute discussion will bring together bike share, ride share, regional transit, and end user experts to discuss the future – and future challenges – of first and last mile connections.

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