While public transit is neccesary for our economic recovery, our community recovery, for access, equity, mobility, and sustainability, the pandemic is presenting serious challenges. With the loss of revenue, difficult decisions are being made about service cuts and service changes. Car traffic has returned almost to pre-pandemic levels while public transit struggles for resources and space on the road.
Transit advocates and leaders need to build a strong foundation now to ensure that transit not only survives, but that it thrives into the future. Join us for an in-depth discussion with some of San Francisco and the Bay Area's leaders in public transit to lay the groundwork for how we move forward.
President, BART Board
Director of Transportation, NRDC American Cities Climate Challenge
Executive Director, SFCTA
Director of Transit, SFMTA
Office of Mayor London Breed
San Francisco Transit Riders is an independent, member-supported non-profit working for excellent, affordable, and always-growing public transit. This forum is part of a national effort by transit advocates to champion the vital role of public transportation in the recovery and rebuilding of our community, state, and nation post-COVID.
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Thursday, December 3, 2020
5:30 PM PST - 7:00 PM PST