The San Francisco Central Subway just opened after over a decade in construction and about $1.6 billion.
The BART Silicon Valley project may get better station access but the cost is now over $9 billion.
What can be done to help transit megaprojects be planned better, delivered faster and more cost-effectively?
Join Friends of Caltrain, Seamless Bay Area, SPUR for the second part of a two-part workshop series focused on faster, more cost-effective, more rider-focused transit megaprojects.
This second session will focus on how you can help in the coming months this year to:
strengthen decisions in MTC’s upcoming major project advancement policy in early 2023support an integrated, cost-effective, rider-focused network being planned in 2023 that has the potential to be the focus of an upcoming regional ballot measuresupport next steps in 2023 toward seamlessly integrated regional rail service
The upcoming second session is January 18 12-1pm by Zoom. Click here to register. We hope to see you there. The first session focused on understanding and recognizing the common challenges in project planning and delivery for megaprojects. To catch up on that event, see the video here.