If your organization would like to join the Alliance, contact the Collaboration Coordinator, Marylynn McCorkle at: firstname.lastname@example.org
the Alliance for Regional Solutions is conducting a transportation needs assessment survey to hear from North County residents on their current travel behavior and preference for future transportation enhancements and projects. This survey is an effort to improve transportation options in the North County area.
SANDAG ”5 Big Moves” Update
Transportation is key for our clients. Upcoming, the 5 Big Moves “network plan” will be released; and in the absence of public gatherings we need your best ideas for review and feedback to SANDAG – What does SANDAG need to hear from your clients and your agency? How can we get the word out?
Please submit your ideas to MaryLynn, and Craig,
SANDAG has improved the Web site for information about the “5 Big Moves”: From the home page there are quick links to explanation of the 5 Big Moves, connection to the now-virtual Vision Lab, Webinars and panel presentations, how employment centers are defined for transportation access, a comment form (in English and Spanish); and all other things RTP.
The regional transportation plan Vision Lab has gone virtual! Get information and share your comments with SANDAG staff creating the regional transportation plan:
Your help is needed and appreciated. Help create transportation access for your clients!
The Alliance for Regional Solutions is one of the twelve CBOs (community based organizations) working with SANDAG on the 2019 Regional Plan. The CBO Working Group provides a collaborative open and public forum for the various CBO organizations in the county and SANDAG to provide ongoing public input from disadvantaged or underrepresented communities in the region into key activities associated with developing the Regional Plan and related planning activities with a focus on the social equity perspective.
The twelve CBO partners facilitate meaningful involvement with low-income, minority, disabled, and senior populations, those in limited English proficiency, and other traditionally underrepresented communities and provide education about why San Diego Forward is important to them, and collect feedback that will be used to inform the 2019 Regional Plan.
Click here to learn more about San Diego Forward.