In addition to our general advocacy work, The Transit Coalition
embarks on major campaigns to improve public transportation
in Southern California.
Measure J on the November Ballot
Los Angeles County voters will get the chance this November to extend the existing Measure R sales tax to bring accelerated transportation relieve to the region.
Would you like to see trains coming every 30 minutes at your Metrolink
Better Inland Empire
The Transit Coalition works to
curb the uncontrolled suburban sprawl and auto-centric
planning of Riverside County by advocating for smart growth
projects, mixed-use zoning, and better bus and train service
throughout the county. How can we make it happen?
Better Goods Movement through GRID
The GRID Project is a three-part regional container supply chain network with large scale infrastructure connecting the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to the inland regions of Southern California, with future expansion capability provided. We continue to educate the public about the benefits of a revolutionary system of freight container transport that could improve air quality and reduce congestion.
Tired of the daily grind on the 405 Parking Lot? Perhaps this Transit Coalition proposal will interest you: We are currently garnering support for an underground rail line that would connect the San Fernando Valley with the Westside.
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