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Chris Lepe Headshot
08/07/2014
How can public transportation thrive in the South Bay? Although it may sound like a simple enough question, the percentage of people who drive to work is higher here than Los Angeles, the poster...
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
08/04/2014
Now that the ink on the California state budget is dry, the hard work of implementation – deciding how to select which projects and programs are funded with the billions of dollars of cap-and-trade...
Clarrissa Cabansagan Headshot
08/01/2014
Plan Bay Area just turned one year old! But instead of the traditional cake routine, we’re celebrating the birthday of our first regional plan for sustainable housing and transportation growth by...
Joël Ramos Headshot
07/31/2014
Updated 11/5/2014: This ballot measure PASSED with 71% of the vote. Read a round-up of all 2014 election results here. We’ve all heard the complaints about overcrowded buses and strained...
07/28/2014
Updated 11/5/2014: This ballot measure FAILED with 74% of the vote. Read a round-up of all 2014 election results here. Berkeley’s Downtown Area Plan was finalized in 2012 thanks to years of...
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
07/24/2014
Big oil hides behind good intentions, but don’t be fooled  There’s a new movement underway to deceive California voters, keep us dependent on costly oil for decades to come, pollute our...
Clarrissa Cabansagan Headshot
07/22/2014
South San Francisco, “The Industrial City” and birthplace of biotechnology, wants also to be known for its walkable, bike-friendly, and economically vibrant downtown. The city’s new Draft...
Bianca Taylor Headshot
07/17/2014
Low-income youth already face huge challenges when it comes to succeeding in school. Just getting to school shouldn’t be one of them. Yet throughout California, it’s often too perilous - and...
Soccer Team Bus Battle - Brazil Bus Rapid Transit
Shannon Tracey Headshot
07/09/2014
Here in the United States, we often make comparisons to Europe and Asia when looking for examples of world-class public transportation. But like the World Cup, we shouldn’t overlook the...
GreenTRIP certified First Community Housing project in San Jose
Ann Cheng Headshot
07/08/2014
What could developers do with $2.4 billion and more space? What could families do with another $8,000 in their pockets? How many more parks, plazas and bike lanes could a city make if we added more...

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TransForum is the blog of TransForm, California's leading transportation advocate. For more about our work, including ways you can take action and contribute, visit TransFormCA.org.