Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

TransForm Board members celebrate the year at our 2015 Live Awards and Benefit. Photo: Michelle Terris
2015 was a big year for TransForm. After I returned from a three-month summer sabbatical, I was reminded of TransForm’s organizational strength, and how committed all of our staff members are to...
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At TransForm, we are committed to connecting people to jobs, opportunities, and each other with affordable and reliable transportation options. Usually, we focus our efforts on championing decisions...
“It takes a village to raise a child,” the saying goes.  But I’ve learned it similarly takes a community to effect change.  I realized the power of collective action as a student at De...
This blog was co-authored by Charisse Ma Lebron, director of community development and health policy with Working Partnerships USA, and Chris Lepe, senior community planner with TransForm. Should...
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Yesterday was a big day. After many months of organizing, speaking with community members, gathering data, meeting with decision-makers, collaborating with partners, and working around the clock,...
By today’s standards, it is normal for most people to drive for every little errand: getting to work, dropping the kids off at soccer, or meeting a friend for coffee. Our cities and towns have been...
Members of TransForm's Board and staff celebrate at our LIVE Awards + Benefit event
Wow. Nearly 2015. I’ve been reflecting on what an amazing year we’ve had here at TransForm. Marked by so many successes, 2014 was a year of exciting work that will have an impact for years to come...
Regional Planning Director, Joel Ramos, speaks at a BRT meeting in Oakland.
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As the saying goes, good things come to those who wait. And for the East Bay, the long-awaited Bus Rapid Transit line from downtown Oakland to San Leandro is a very good thing. On November 18, the...
Crossing the street shouldn’t feel like you’re playing a real-life game of Frogger. As it exists today, El Camino Real through Palo Alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Los Altos, and Santa Clara is...
A man rides the bus in the South Bay. Photo credit Brandon Matthews 2011.
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As we’ve noted before, most people agree that El Camino Real has room for improvement, to put it mildly.  Speeding cars, unsafe pedestrian crossings, lack of accommodation of cyclists, buses...


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