Head over to our friends at the California Bicycle Coalition to speak out for streets that are safe for everyone, including cyclists, pedestrians, and transit riders. SB 127 would require Caltrans to follow it’s own Complete Streets policy and prioritize the safety of all road users on every applicable maintenance project on state roads and highways, which are often busy city streets.
The Bay Area has 27 transportation agencies, and many require separate fares, even with the Clipper Card. Yet in June 2019, Clipper's executive board recently decided AGAINST studying the costs and benefits of an integrated regional fare system. It's time to dragging our feet on regional initiatives that would make transit easier to use and more affordable. Our friends at Seamless Bay Area are pushing to make that vision a reality, and you can help.