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Potential Transportation Strategies

POTENTIAL TRANSPORTATION STRATEGIES NARRATIVE Implementation of the following transportation strategies being investigated could result in no change or decreased commute times for a majority of employees. LEGEND b Bike Share Pod Floating Vehicle Fleet Headquarters Potential Shuttle Stops Floating Vehicle Fleet/On-Demand Car Service: Employee activated smart phone application. Allows employees to schedule and identify nearby fleet vehicles. Over time, vehicle fleet learns to locate and service historic demand. Potential Shuttle Route 1 - Potential Shuttle Route 2 Ferry to North Bay TRAVEL APP Potential Shuttle Route 3 Ferry Terminal/ Embarcadero BART Station Existing Water Shuttle Office Ferry Neighborhood Electric Vehicles: electric vehicle clusters in popular employee neighborhoods. Can be coordinated with a smart phone application to encourage car pooling. Could be used by outlying neighborhoods in the East Bay, North Bay, Peninsula and South Bay. EVO Powell Street BART Station o Transbay Terminal Ferry Service/Water Shuttle: Commute hour water shuttle service between Ferry Building and Mission Bay Campus. Direct Ferry Service to Mission Bay campus. Civic Center BART Station 4th/King Street Caltrain Station Ferry to East Bay Ferry to South Bay Bike Share Pods: bike pick-up and drop-off pods at headquarters and nearby transit stops. - Proposed Office 16th Street Station Shuttle Service: • Route 1 (Red) would serve commuters who use BART, the Ferry, or Caltrain reducing transit times by 10 to 15 minutes. 24th Street Station 22nd Street Caltrain Station • Route 2 (Yellow) would serve BART commuters who live in the Mission. Noe Valley and the Castro. From the Street Station, the commute would be reduced to 5 minutes. From the Castro Street Station, the commute would be reduced to 10 to 15 minutes. • Route 3 (Blue) could serve the Marina or western neighborhoods. From the Marina, transit would be reduced to 20 minutes. Due Diligence Sfrmam INLull

Potential Transportation Strategies

shared by libbywood on Mar 12
Implementation of transportation strategies under research leading to potential reduction in commute times for company empoyees.


Elizabeth Antoinette Wood


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