Transport Equity

Lower-income communities often have fewer convenient options for transportation – fewer bus and train lines, less access to transit passes and higher fares when they pay cash.  As a result they wind up driving, in older cars that pollute more.  It adds up to one...

About TNCs

TNCs and Taxes Open Forum: San Francisco must use ride tax to promote electric Uber, Lyft cars Led by Mayor Breed and Supervisor Aaron Peskin, city officials are drafting language for a November ballot measure that would levy a new per-ride tax on transportation...

Housing and Transit

Lack of housing options in the cities has been resulting in urban sprawl and forcing lower-income earners to commute further, often in higher-emission cars, to work in the cities. Parking Requirements and Housing: California’s Love of Cars Is Fueling Its Housing...

Climate Initiatives

We advocate for a number of climate-related initiatives, like parking policies that discourage single-occupancy vehicles, pay-as-you-go car insurance, traffic management for lower emissions, car sharing, and public education campaigns. Electrify Autos and Trucks...

Transit, Bikes, And Pedestrians

We can build our cities to be pedestrian, bicycle, and transit-friendly.  This means concentrating new development close to BART and other transit lines.  The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has a plan that calls for 80% of all new development to be built...

Cleaner Vehicles

We need to eliminate Internal Combustion Engine vehicles by 2040 to reduce climate chaos.  Electric vehicles are here now, they are affordable, and we need to make sure that everyone who buys a car goes electric.  Trucks, buses, and trains can also be electric.  And...