- Peninsula Transportation Alternatives has moved!
- Palo Alto considers update to transportation in its comprehensive plan
- Share your thoughts online about the proposed Bay Trail design
- Monday 9/10 and 9/24 – public design review for the Bay Trail Gap
- San Jose’s New Buffered Bike Lanes Benefit Everyone
- SamTrans to consider Dumbarton options starting August 2
- Plan Bay Area calls for closer links between housing and transportation – Brisbane and beyond
- Touring Bishop Ranch Autonomous shuttle pilot – what will it take to go mainstream?
- Save Clipper Funding in Regional Measure 3 – Senate Bill 595
- Regional Measure 3 – Downtown Extension, Dumbarton, and Streamlined Fares with Clipper 2.0
- This week: Housing developments in Santa Clara by Caltrain, El Camino Real are back, smaller
Category Archives: Planning
On August 29, the Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission considered revisions to the transportation element of its comprehensive plan. Palo Alto has been a strong role models in the region for environmentally friendly transportation planning supporting biking, walking, and … Continue reading
San Jose has just done something unheard of in Silicon Valley – the city converted car lanes on several blocks of 3th, 4th, 10th, and 11th streets in downtown, all busy one-way streets with 3 lanes in each direction – … Continue reading
An area in Portland increased jobs, while reducing drive-alone mode share from 80% to about 40%. How did they do it, and what lessons can other cities learn?… Back in 1994, the Lloyd District in Portland faced a dilemma. The … Continue reading
Recently I read Jarrett Walker’s excellent new book Human Transit, which encapsulates the ideas that Walker shares on his transit planning blog. The book clearly frames the decisions that shape public transit systems, as well as some of the common … Continue reading