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Organizations from across the Bay Area are advocating for a better transportation system. Learn about these campaigns and how you can get involved

Bay Bridge Bus Lanes

Transbay Coalition

Over 80 bus routes travel across the Bay Bridge, bringing tens of thousands of passengers in and out of San Francisco every day. With Assembly Bill 455 in the State Senate, now is the perfect opportunity to speed up buses on the bridge

Join the Transbay Coalition to get involved

East Bay Bus Lanes

East Bay Transit Rider’s Union

The success of AC Transit’s Tempo BRT line shows how effective bus lanes can be. A number of streetscape projects are underway across the East Bay, and advocacy can help ensure that transit lanes are a part of these projects

Join EBTRU to get involved

Improving BART to Silicon Valley

Transbay Coalition

Phase II of the Silicon Valley BART extension is one of the most important transit projects in the Bay Area, but design compromises and high costs could hamper future transit. Fortunately, key decision-makers have indicated they may be willing to review aspects of the project

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Making Highways More Bus & Bike Friendly

Bike East Bay

As part of the 2022 State Highway Operation & Protection Program, (SHOPP) Caltrans will spend twenty billion dollars on highway & interchange projects. By advocating for these projects to include complete streets elements, this program can help improve sustainable transportation

Contact Dave Campbell to get involved

Megaproject Delivery Reform

Transbay Coalition

Too often, key infrastructure projects run over budget and behind schedule. A group of reformers is asking the legislature to fund research into these high costs, to ensure sustainable infrastructure projects can be delivered more efficiently

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Regional Transit Funding Measure

Voices for Public Transportation

Voices for Public Transportation is a coalition of organizations advocating for improved transit in the Bay Area. VPT aims to build an equitably-funded, world class transit system for the Bay.

Join your organization with Voices for Public Transportation

Seamless Transit

Seamless Bay Area

Seamless Bay Area’s mission is to transform the Bay Area’s fragmented public transit into a world-class, unified, equitable, and widely-used system by building a diverse movement for change and promoting policy reforms

Join Seamless Bay Area to get involved

Stop Highway Expansion in South San Francisco

Sustainable South City

Highway 101 is slated to receive nine miles of new express lanes in South San Francisco. Highway widening is bad for communities and bad for the environment, so these lanes should be implemented by converting existing general-traffic lanes, and not by building new ones

Join Sustainable South City to get involved