Letter: Sharing of Rides in Autonomous Vehicles – PUC Proposed Decision Authorizing a Pilot Test Program for Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Service
Today Circulate submitted a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission on the Proposed Decision Authorizing a Pilot Test Program for Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Passenger Service. The potential of AVs to expand ridesharing and reduce the need for car ownership is a critical factor in California’s ability to meet its aggressive climate and air quality goals. The PUC’s proposed ban on shared rides during AV testing unfortunately runs counter to this goal and risks undermining an important opportunity to reduce carbon emissions.
Read our letter here [PDF].
Press Release: Circulate San Diego publishes report on how the Metropolitan Transit System can transform empty parking lots into affordable homes
Contact: Colin Parent
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 25, 2018
Circulate San Diego publishes report on how the Metropolitan Transit System can transform empty parking lots into affordable homes
Transportation and land use think tank Circulate San Diego published a major report today on how the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) can transform its underutilized parking lots into affordable homes.Read more
Today we are proud to release our latest policy report “Real Opportunity.” The report details that the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) owns substantial under-utilized properties, which present an opportunity for the agency to leverage those assets to build affordable homes, catalyze economic development, and to address climate change.Read more