Three very different events in the next two weeks explore the future of the Caltrain corridor.
San Francisco, Wednesday March 12, 2pm – Mode Share and Mode Shift on the Caltrain Corridor
* conducting oral histories and creating a map of residents who have faced evictions in San Francisco (Anti-Eviction Mapping Project)
The walking tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 22 from 10am to 11:30am. The draft Station Area Plan will be made public at the end of March. Come learn from experts and fellow community members to prepare for important decisions for the City. Read more about the Downtown Plan and our Coalition’s Community Benefits’ Platform.
Please RSVP by March 17 and tell a friend!
Mountain View, Wednesday, March 26, 7pm – Transit Village: Traffic and Parking in Mountain View
On Wednesday, March 26, the Mountain View Human Relations Commission will host its fourth Civility Roundtable event, continuing its community discussion forum series. Previous events explored corporate responsibility, undocumented workers, and gun violence at schools.
“Transit Village: Traffic and Parking in Mountain View” will be a community conversation about the challenges residents face as the City implements its recently adopted General Plan, including bike/ped safety, parking availability, and transit accessibility. Project Sentinel will provide facilitators for the community dialogue.
The speaker participants include:
• Hon. Rod Diridon, Sr. – Former Santa Clara County Supervisor
• Hon. Tom Means – Former City of Mountain View Mayor and Councilmember
• Adina Levin – Co-founder of Friends of Caltrain
• Josette Langevine – Mountain View Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee
• Karen DeMello – Jackson Park Neighborhood Advocate
• Kevin Mathy – Google Transportation Manager
When: Wednesday, March 26
Time: 7 – 9 p.m .
Where: Mountain View Senior Center (266 Escuela Ave.)
Admission is free. Refreshments will be available.