Future & Current Transportation

We must improve our Safe Routes to School programming and multi-modal infrastructure:

Become Truly Multi-Modal

  • Develop a complete and functional transportation network prioritizing certain streets as car and bus thoroughfares and others as more protected neighborhood-serving streets

  • Enhance neighborhood safety and cohesiveness through development of green, shared and slow streets in neighborhoods that want them

  • Provide charging and other resources necessary to speed up private auto electrification

  • Work to coordinate and increase city, VTA and private shuttles and buses into a comprehensive mass transit system in our city and beyond

  • Improve our downtown parking policy

  • Update our Transportation Demand Management and Transportation Management Association programs by including new remote and hybrid work opportunities, better parking systems, bike and e-bike incentives and more

  • Work with regional partners to reduce traffic congestion via alternative transportation options between the Central Valley and across the Bay Area

  • Encourage local travel and staycations and reduce air travel by increasing arts, history and lively street programming

  • Promote virtual business trips

  • Support efficiency of emergency, freight, & delivery transport

  • Improve neighborhood traffic management

  • Prioritize biking, walking and wheelchair access with protected bike lanes, wide and unobstructed sidewalks, tree canopy and other green infrastructure

  • Promote raised or sidewalk level bike lanes

Safe Routes to Schools

  • Make short and long-term improvements to our Safe Routes to School programming and infrastructure

  • Consider and adopt transportation safety best practices used by our neighboring cities

  • Increase our availability and number of crossing guards

  • Upgrade our Suggested Routes to School Maps and incorporate many other suggestions coming from concerned residents

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