In an innovative region like the Bay Area, there are lots of creative ideas about how to make our transportation system more affordable, sustainable, and effective. With more than 100 ideas in the mix — including 12 public submissions from non-profits and individuals across the nine-county region — MTC is exploring how these ideas perform through the Horizon/Plan Bay Area 2050 project-level analysis to craft a long-range plan for the region.
From a next-generation regional express bus network running on highway express lanes to integrated fares and transfers across all transit systems to bicycle superhighways alongside major Bay Area freeways, we’ll dig into how these ideas and others fared. In addition to discussing the projects and their performance, we’ll hear from some of those who submitted ideas into the process and discuss where the region should go from here.
Edie Irons, TransForm- moderator
Anup Tapase, MTC - presenter
Arielle Fleisher, SPUR
Chris Lepe, TransForm
Martha Koch, ARUP
Ian Griffiths, Seamless Bay Area
Thursday, November 21, 2019
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Swiftly, Inc., 611 Mission Street, 7th Floor, San Francisco
This event is a part of Connecting Communities, a free event series taking place around the Bay Area in September and October 2019, produced by TransForm in collaboration with more than a dozen co-hosting organizations. Join us to find out more about the connections between housing, transportation, climate, and equity, and what you can do to make your community more just, sustainable, and livable.
Thanks to our generous sponsors for their financial support.