Congressman Jimmy Gomez (CA-34) and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) reintroduced the Transit to Trails Act in the House and Senate, which promotes equitable access to parks, green spaces, and public lands and waters. The Transit to Trails Act creates a grant program to fund projects that make transportation to green spaces and public lands more accessible for critically underserved communities. The Nature … Continue reading Transit to Trails Act Reintroduced
What excites us the most about the projects proposed in Measure M? At two recent meetings, we asked colleagues in our SGMF coalition and the SGMF Leadership Academy. Here's what we had to say: Funding for biking, walking, and public transit Public transit to public lands Biking on protected bike lanes Green infrastructure for healthier communities and … Continue reading The Promise of Measure M: What Excites Us Most
Why are Angelenos excited for Measure M? SGMF member organization Climate Resolve asked Angelenos at CicLAvia to share what transportation improvements excite them the most.
On board the new shuttle to Chantry Flat: SGMF members and our Leadership Academy. What a great transit-to-trails example. More, please! You have until November to submit comments to the Forest Service about the management plan -- be sure to let them know you want more transit connections to parks and open, green spaces!
Good news for access to the San Gabriel Mountains! There'a pilot transit to trails program by the Forest Service, with a free shuttle running from the Arcadia Gold Line Station to the Chantry Flat picnic area in September and October. Shuttles run from 7 am to 4 pm, every thirty minutes (the last one our of Chantry … Continue reading New Transit to Trails Program: Chantry Flat