Photo by Sergio Ruiz for SPUR
Over the last six months the country has seen a marked shift in mobility and transit. The pandemic has generated a surge in walking, biking and other forms of active mobility — there was even a nationwide shortage of bicycles and related equipment. Is this change indicative of a larger pivot in how we travel, or is it simply an impermanent result of our present situation? What big moves are needed to achieve near-ubiquitous adoption of these active modes in both our big cities as well as across the region? Hear from some of the region's most thoughtful cycling advocates and transportation experts as they explore what it will take to encourage the mass adoption of walking and biking in the Bay Area.
+ Ginger Jui / Bike East Bay
+ Ryan Russo / Oakland Department of Transportation
+ Corinne Winter / Winter Consulting
+ Darwin Moosavi / California State Transportation Agency
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