The City will share various strategies during the summer of 2021 for community feedback. We invite you to share your thoughts.
In February through early May, the Equity Task Force met fourteen times to discuss aspects of the Emerging Mobility Action Plan. These conversations helped to develop draft goals and recommendations for the Plan, and to craft a community survey and other engagement strategies.
Equity Task Force (ETF) meeting notes will be shared here throughout the Emerging Mobility Action Plan. The ETF is composed of a total of 9 local community leaders and community-based organizations (CBOs) that represent and serve historically marginalized communities in San José.
Take the two-part West San José MTIP Survey to identify transportation improvements that encourage people to walk, bike, and take transit.
Meet the nine community superstars who will help determine the direction of the Emerging Mobility Action Plan!
After learning from the public about their priorities at workshops last November, the City has updated the goals for the Access & Mobility Plan.
Videos are now available from the first round of AMP workshops held in November 2020, in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Thanks to those of us who were able to join us for the first Downtown Transportation Plan workshop on October 28th.
We’d appreciate your feedback on the Downtown Transportation Plan initial survey. Please share your thoughts!
Over time, the City of San Jose wants to create big shifts in how people get around to reduce congestion and pollution from cars and trucks.