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Strategic Plan 2009-2012
TransForm's ambitious strategic plan is taking our work to achieve world-class public transportation and walkable communities in the Bay Area and beyond to the next level.
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The strategic plan continues our work of:
Vastly improving transit service: making it faster and more affordable, accessible, reliable, frequent, and extensive.
Making the Regional Transportation Plan a model in achieving high environmental and equity standards.
Engaging people in local planning processes throughout the region as part of the Great Communities Collaborative. By deeply involving a wide range of people in planning, we can create a Bay Area of vibrant neighborhoods with affordable housing, jobs, shops, and services within convenient walking distance of transit.
Leading the Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools Partnership, which will be in at least 100 public schools by 2012 and inspiring more than 50,000 students to walk and bicycle to school.
The strategic plan also takes us into some exciting new territory:
We will open a satellite office in Sacramento so we can be stronger advocates for transportation at the state level and bring together a broad range of stakeholders to develop and work towards a shared agenda for sustainable transportation in California.
We will continue to help lead ClimatePlan, a new network of organizations ensuring that California's landmark global warming law, AB 32, leads to strong transportation and land use policies that reduce driving, protect our climate, and promote social equity.
We will spur cities to establish better parking and traffic policies by creating a program to rank new developments in terms of how much they reduce traffic and greenhouse gas emissions.