Presentations on parking innovations (Transform meeting) - San Francisco, 9/22
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TransForm's Regional Meeting September 22: RSVP Now!
Do you know the secret ingredient of walkable communities?
For too long, misconceptions and outdated parking codes, traffic policies,
and zoning have resulted in places where you practically have to get in a
car to pick up just a gallon of milk and if you don't, it's a hassle – and
dangerous. But too little parking can be a problem when it sends people
driving in circles, creating congestion and pollution.
There are solutions, though. Learn how smart parking strategies can: make
it easier to get around on foot and bicycle, support local businesses,
fight climate change, improve public transportation… and even make life a
little easier for those who must drive and park.
Speakers: Jeffrey Tumlin of Nelson/Nygaard will talk about the range of
ways parking impacts people, businesses, and the planet. Jay Primus from
the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) will present the
When: Tuesday, September 22, 5:30pm – 7:30pm.
Where: Sierra Club's 3rd floor conference room at 85 2nd St., San
Francisco (Montgomery St. BART/MUNI station).
RSVP to: Contact Lauri at lauri@... or 510-740-3150x306 so we
have enough seating and food. This event is free and open to the public.
About TransForm's regional meetings: Regional meetings are a great way to
learn about current transportation and land use issues, meet advocates
from across the region, and hear from organizations working on similar
Marta Lindsey, Communications and Development Director
(Formerly TALC, the Transportation and Land Use Coalition)
436 14th Street, Suite 600, Oakland, CA 94612
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