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San Francisco

Planning an Equitable Route to Reduce Traffic

This program has been converted into a Digital Discourse at SPUR, our new series of online events. To stay updated about the program and receive a link to join the discussion, please register below.

It has become more and more difficult to get around San Francisco over the past decade. Transit infrastructure has not kept up with growth, and more housing in auto-oriented suburbs has fed more cars into San Francisco's downtown. Equitably pricing our roadways may prove to be the most impactful traffic solution. Come learn about the latest in congestion pricing from Europe, and how cities can use road pricing as a way to lift up those who are struggling most. Generously sponsored by Uber.

+ Nick Josefowitz / SPUR
+ Chris Lepe / TransForm
+ Amanda Eaken / Natural Resources Defense Council
+ Rodney Fong / San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

 

 

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Free for SPUR members
$10 for non-members

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