- TALC - Transportation and Land Use Coalition ALERT Stop Governor Schwarzenegger s ATTACK ON PUBLIC TRANSIT: Let Our State Senators know how you will beMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 3, 2005View Source
TALC - Transportation and Land Use Coalition ALERT
Stop Governor Schwarzenegger's
ATTACK ON PUBLIC TRANSIT:
Let Our State Senators know how you will be affected.
Friday, February 4th 9 AM – 1 PM
NOTE: There should be time for the public to speak towards the end. Whether or not you want to speak feel free to come and hold signs!
Isaac Newton Auditorium, Santa Clara County Administration Building, East Wing 11th Floor
70 West Hedding Street, San Jose
Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority provides 44.3 million passenger
trips yearly and is an essential service for people to get to and from
work, shopping, family, and activities.
· Gov. Schwarzenegger's 2005
proposal will cut more than $6.6 million from the local Santa Clara
Valley Transit Authority budget.
· It will rob the Bay Area of $118 million for Traffic Congestion Relief Program.
· The 2004 budget already decimated service! We can't afford MORE REDUCTIONS in service!
Save VTA Service
SENATE BUDGET SUBCOMMITTEE #4 HEARING
REGIONAL IMPACTS OF PROPOSED 2005-06 BUDGET- TRANSPORTATION
Diane Eidam, Executive Director, California Transportation Commission
Metropolitan Transportation Commission – Regional Overview
Jim Beall, Commissioner
Mike Nevin, Caltrain Board member & MTC Commissioner
Chris Peeples, Board Member At Large, Alameda – Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit)
David B. Kutrosky, Deputy Director, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA)
Todd Morgan, Principal Financial Analyst, Capital Development, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
Congestion Management Agencies:
Kurt Evans, Governmental Affairs Manager, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Rich Napier, Executive Director, San Mateo County Council of Governments
Bob McCleary, Executive Director, Contra Costa Transportation Authority
Hans Larsen, Deputy Director for Planning and Project Delivery, City of San Jose
Labor, Community, & Economic Impact
Carl Guardino, President & CEO, Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group
Jim Wunderman, President and CEO, Bay Area Council
Jim Earp, President, Executive Director, California Alliance for Jobs
Stuart Cohen, Executive Director, Transportation and Land Use Coalition
Edward "Dutch" Monroe, Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3, AFL-CIO.
The committee encourages the submission of written comments and testimony. Please forward them to Senator Joseph Dunn, State Capitol, Room 2080, Sacramento, CA 95814 or
e-mail to ronda.paschal@....
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Transportation and Land Use Coalition (TALC)
TALC is a partnership of over 90 groups working for a sustainable and socially just Bay Area. We envision a region with healthy, walkable communities that provide all residents with transportation choices and affordable housing. The coalition analyzes county and regional policies, works with community groups to develop alternatives, and coordinates grassroots campaigns.
Check out our website at: www.transcoalition.org
405 14th Street, Suite 605
Oakland, CA 94612