Wow. the map is really lit up with measure RR work. This is awesome! BART still hasn't taken out very much really though.
BART getting closer and closer to the Berryessa opening. Right now they're still resolving critical tests with VTA. The number of blockers appear to be growing so its very likely Berryessa will open for public service next year.
Most of the work for East Bay BRT is done. they're training drivers and planning for the opening
SFMTA has really put their foot down in regards to the scooter program. They're allowing expansion but harsher requirements - users of the service will have to photograph that they locked the scooter up, if they get cited they can get banned from the service and operator have to consider equity and not just put the scooters in the same place.
I guess they'll be done with approval for the project next year. You should email your supervisor and SFMTA board if you support the project. They'll probably need all the support they can get. Its a big ask.
I guess this is the result of the Market street preparedness. Its a rather heavy report
wifi along the Caltrain corridor they should really just give up at this point. We got phones, we have tethering, if they could get better cell service throughout the whole corridor like BART it'd be fine.
Vital signs is an awesome overview of the bay area and things like housing, transportation and economy have evolved over time. It's great they do this.
At least finally MTC perceives auto only as the least beneficial for the goals they're attempting to seek - moving people not vehicles.
MTC is willing to invest nearly 600k to trying to envision an integrated fare coordination system. The difficulty is that so many agency have a variety of dependence on fares.
Mean's based discount is aimed to start in spring 2020.
12B for transit 47B for federal highway. its clear where the US stands for investment
SB 127 is cool. It makes it so that city street projects related to state highways have to also have to look into updating bike and pedestrian infrastructure at the same time. Most of the good stuff for housing and transportation is on hold for next year.
Horizon is finally complete. now MTC/ABAG gets to go on toward plan bay area 2050
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