AC Transit's final legislative review for the year. A lot of good things got approved. SB 742 to allow California Amtrak to have bus only passenger was chaptered. AB 934 - is an interesting bill I didn't notice before that would allow school buses to record and fine drivers that go around the bus when the bus "stop" sign is out. SB 278 is the bill that will become significant in the next year - FASTER proposal.
No one can say that AC Transit isn't trying to make the BRT work. Due to start march 2020.
I'm a little annoyed that BART said they would offer these early bird buses and now they're removing them. 60 to CSU East bay is getting a frequency increase
transit changes occurring in December.
AC Transit is thinking about creating a local-rapid variant, which is just basically further stops with some BRT elements - bus lanes, all-door access. This would replace the 6.
Somehow the Chase center is working. It appears that a lot of people are just walking. I wonder if BART figured an increase
Van ness BRT doesn't give percentage complete numbers anymore.
Good! finally some agency realized that college students are the best passengers of a transit agency.
SPUR has the history on it. That there was a fare intergration study in 2008 that did nothing, there is a strong chance this will net nothing but since its being done they want more goals for study.
The process for how MTC plans to look into regional fare coordination. They have 6 steps and to be done in 12-18 months, and mere 600k for the research.
Why Jarvis and anti-tax people are the worst. They are still holding up RM3 in the courts! The FASTER presentation is a lot more fleshed out.
I find it funny that Atherton and Hillsborough have the lowest poverty rates.
San Francisco at least can keep the claim that they permit the most affordable housing.
30 years of Bay Area trails
San Francisco CTA highlighting out their major upcoming projects to MTC
Congress for some reason was trying to talk about TNCs, which are regulated by states and localities
The Richmond - San Rafael bridge bike/pedestrian lane is opening up next weekend. drivers got a third lane on the bottom floor
Love how they put the transit projects first as if that is where the money went
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