Speak out for mobility, equity, and climate solutions on the Highway 101 corridor!

An ambitious project is under way by Caltrans, San Mateo City/County Association of Governments (C/CAG), and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority (SMCTA) to add an express lane (aka “managed lane”) on Highway 101 in San Mateo County. However, their own environmental impact report makes it clear that traffic on 101 will get dramatically worse, even if this project is implemented as planned. To learn more about this proposal and its effects, see our blog post.

The only thing that will truly improve mobility on the 101 corridor is a successful all-hands-on-deck effort to move far more people in fewer vehicles. The region must plan such an effort, which we call a “Mobility Action Plan” (MAP). A MAP would identify ways to provide people of all incomes with robust public transportation and tech-enabled shared mobility options, as well as incentives to make it more affordable and easy to use them. Learn more about the MAP here.

TransForm will send the following petition to Caltrans, C/CAG, SMCTA, and any other decision-makers who are making transportation decisions along the 101 corridor between San Francisco and Santa Clara Counties.



1-25 of 183 signatures
Number Date Name Location Any additional comments ...
183 3 days ago Peter Moore oakland, CA
182 4 days ago Anonymous Altadena, CA
181 1 month ago Anonymous Palo Alto, CA
180 2 months ago Bruce Dughi Castro Valley, CA The single occupancy car is failing us. We need to encourage people to car pool, take buses and trains. Many transportation studies show we cannot build our way out of congestion as demand will alwa...
179 2 months ago Anton Shuster San Francisco, CA
178 2 months ago Nicholas Lipanovich San Carlos, CA
177 2 months ago Anonymous los gatos, CA
176 3 months ago Benjamin Etgen Sacramento, CA
175 3 months ago Sarah Kolarik El Cerrito, CA As someone who tries to avoid driving on 101 at all costs (given the extreme congestion that frequently plagues this corridor), I want to see this congestion alleviated. But, rather than in...
174 3 months ago Anonymous greenbrae, CA We need fast buses and fewer cars to save our planet
173 3 months ago Chris Hlavka Los Altos, CA
172 3 months ago Margaret McCarthy San Francisco, CA Equitable and affordable roadway changes are vital to reducing economic inequality in the Bay Area. We absolutely need to prioritize public transportation, carpooling and vanpooling on this route.
171 3 months ago Gregory Bell Palo Alto, CA Transform Champions,
Seriously, I sent Gov Brown a note this week asking for dedicated bus-only lanes on roadways and bridges. Soooo glad you all are on this major issue. See my site at htt...
170 3 months ago Lori Guy San Jose, CA
169 3 months ago Vish Kulkarni San Mateo, CA
168 3 months ago Alex Tour-Sarkissian San Francisco, CA Inadequate public transportation in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties to be a problem. As the population continues to rapidly grow, traffic on freeways is increasing. A lot of these areas have road...
167 3 months ago Sofia M Redwood City, CA Desperate need of adequate public transportation
166 3 months ago Karen Allen San Francisco, CA
165 3 months ago Kyle Borland San Francisco, CA
164 3 months ago Max Sadrieh San Jose, CA
163 3 months ago vincent Roveto fresno, CA
162 3 months ago Kristin Bard Oakland, CA
161 3 months ago Peter Rice Palo Alto, CA
160 3 months ago Anonymous Oakland, CA For now, all S. Bay carpool lanes should be increased to 3+ to comply with FHWA requirements. Silicon Valley has a parking overbuild. Employers need to charge for parking, incentivize sustainable ...
159 3 months ago Cindy A Abbott Pacifica, CA Traffic studies have shown many times that you can't build your way out of congestion. Alternatives are needed to avoid wasting money on a solution that doesn't change the initial problem.
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