MTC, CARB, TransForm Unveil New Mobility Hub at Affordable Housing Complex

  • Date: 05/02/2024

Residents of the Betty Ann Gardens Apartments in San Jose's Berryessa district today celebrated the opening of a new mobility hub developed through a partnership between the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Oakland-based nonprofit TransForm to expand mobility options and lower transportation costs for lower-income renters, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and encourage walking, bicycling and transit use. The hub includes electric vehicles and chargers that can be shared by community residents; e-bikes, folding bicycles and secure bike parking; and a monitor with real-time arrival information for nearby transit services. Residents also receive credits for Lyft rides to essential services such as grocery stores and medical care.

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