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  • California Transportation Choices Summit 2015: A Year of Action

    04/27/2015

    Meet activists from around the state, hear from inspiring leader Manuel Pastor, and build powerful networks for a greener, more equitable California! Hosted by TransForm, the summit will include topics such as: Health and equity, accessibility, reforming CalTrans, greenhouse-gas-reduction funds, complete streets, and affordable housing.

    Stay longer:
    – The previous day (4/26) you can take a tour of Sacramento’s transportation system.
    – The following day(4/28) is Advocacy Day: stay to visit state legislators and the governor’s office along with fellow advocates.

    Propose a session by February 6.

    Travel grants available: apply by February 24.

    Register and find more information here.

     

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: Alameda County

    04/29/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    In Alameda County:
    Wheels will run extended bus service on route 53 between West Dublin/Pleasanton BART and the Fairgrounds. For transit directions, visit 511.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: Contra Costa County

    04/29/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: San Mateo County

    05/06/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: Santa Clara County

    05/06/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: Napa County

    05/07/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: Solano County

    05/07/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    Arriving by transit? Call (510) 817-5757 in advance of the open house for information about a taxi ride home.

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: Sonoma County

    05/07/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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  • Freight and Sustainable Communities Forum: Can we enhance livability with the growing goods movement?

    05/12/2015

    Freight is shaping the economy, environment, and communities of the Inland Empire and Southern California region.

    Join this forum to discuss challenges and solutions:

    Find more info and register here
    Cost: $30

    Freight transportation is estimated to grow by 80 percent between 1995 and 2020 according to the Southern California Association of Governments with the Federal Highway Administration forecasting even higher growth rates. The region is also seeing an influx of large footprint warehouses and increased truck traffic, which are generating pushback and concern from residents.

    Register now to join local, regional, and state leaders and practitioners from industry, government, academia, and environmental organizations to dig deeper into the pivotal challenges facing the region in the context of a rapidly growing population, expanding freight industry, and mounting environmental and public health concerns. Participants will hear from and engage with leaders in the field who will discuss trends, challenges, and opportunities related to jobs and the economy; environmental and public health; urban form and community design; and traffic impacts.

    This forum is brought to you by:
    The National Center for Sustainable Transportation and the Center for Environmental Research & Technology at the University of California, Riverside (UC Riverside), in partnership with the Center for Sustainable Suburban Development at UC Riverside; Institute of Transportation at University of California, Davis; California Department of Transportation (Caltrans); and Southern California Association of Governments. The event organizers would like to specifically thank Caltrans for sponsorship of this event.

    For more information, contact:
    Kathy Vang
    kathyv AT cert.ucr.edu
    951.781.5730

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  • Plan Bay Area 2040 Open House: San Francisco

    05/13/2015

    Help Update the Bay Area’s Long-Range Plan

    Bay Area residents will begin a public discussion about the region’s future growth at a series of open houses being held in all nine Bay Area counties from April 29 through May 28.

    The discussion and feedback will help inform the development of Plan Bay Area 2040, the region’s long-range integrated land-use and transportation plan.

    For more information, visit planbayarea.org

    At the event, you’ll be invited to view displays and comment on proposed goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, house the region’s projected population, improve public health, preserve open space, and maintain the region’s transportation infrastructure. You’ll also see the overall schedule and key milestones for the plan update, an explanation of the housing and employment forecast process, and plans for transportation improvements already in the works.

    Plan Bay Area 2040 is led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

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