Sharing relevant information on San Francisco’s (and other cities if identified) efforts to implement temporary emergency transit lanes as part of the City’s COVID-19 response and economic recovery in the face of impending budget cuts. The discussion will cover the challenges of developing political support, prioritizing corridors, making the case for transit lanes using data and personal stories, evaluating success, centering equity in the development and evaluation of projects, working with advocates, and determining the long-term plan for the lanes. The panel will also touch on street transformations that were necessary to implement rail service changes that helped facilitate San Francisco’s COVID-19 response.
Note: Other DOTs, transit operator, or advocates that are involved in temporary emergency transit lanes projects are welcome to join this session as panelists if interested. The current list of panelists is fluid and may be adjusted if representatives from other cities join
Panel and open discussion
Who is welcome to attend?
Host Company or Agency
Tuesday, December 8
3:30 PM ET | 12:30 PM PT
Registered attendees only
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