[San Jose, California] : Working Partnerships USA, 
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This brief summarizes the findings from the four community meetings and workshops with more than 400 community residents in attendance. From August through September 2015, the Transportation Justice Alliance (TJA) and the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) co-presented meeting and workshops in South County, North County, Downtown San Jose, and East San Jose to provide information on the potential 2016 transit tax from VTA while soliciting meaningful input about residents' transit needs and challenges.
Final plan. - San Mateo : City of San Mateo, February 2015.
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During the past several years, momentum behind the Complete Streets (or sustainable streets) movement has continued to increase, fueled by a public desire for walkable, bikeable streets with options aside from driving. A national survey released in September 2012 showed that 55% of Americans want to drive less, but 74% say they have no choice . Public sentiment has begun placing greater value on having other options available, whether for commuting, trips to the grocery store, or simply for recreation. While much of San Mateo is safe and convenient, a Sustainable Streets Plan presents an opportunity for the City to formalize a framework that will guide the development of a first-class transportation network that will allow for safe movement by any individual whether by car, on bike or on foot. Streets represent a large portion of the public space, and as such, have the opportunity to have a significant impact on wellness, recreation, ecology, economic development, and interaction with public spaces. This planning effort built upon existing planning efforts such as the Citywide Pedestrian Master Plan and Bicycle Master Plan to ensure that priority networks throughout the City can be implemented, while also ensuring that all streets provide a basic level of access and mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users. The city's approach in developing this plan carried one key goal: implementation of sustainable streets in the City of San Mateo for the benefit of our residents present and future.
Updated April 16, 2012. - San Mateo, California : City of San Mateo, April 16, 2012.
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The City of San Mateo Bicycle Master Plan guides the future development of bicycle facilities and programs in the City. The recommendations in this Plan will help the City reach goals adopted in the General Plan as well as the Sustainable Initiatives Plan by creating an environment and programs that support bicycling for transportation and recreation, encourage fewer trips by car and support active lifestyles. This Bicycle Master Plan provides a broad vision, strategies and actions for the improvement of the bicycling environment in San Mateo. The purpose of this Plan is to expand the existing network, complete network gaps, provide greater connectivity, educate, and encourage the public, and to maximize funding sources. This Plan also satisfies requirements of the California Bicycle Transportation Account (BTA), and other state and federal funding programs that require a bicycle master plan for project eligibility.
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The City of San Mateo recognizes the value of walking and has developed this Citywide Pedestrian Master Plan to improve the pedestrian environment and to establish itself as a more walkable, livable, and healthy city.