Peninsula Transportation Alternatives is a non-profit organization dedicated to the idea that all modes of transportation (walking, bicycling, transit, and driving) should be safe and convenient in the San Francisco Peninsula region.

The San Francisco Peninsula is located between San Francisco and San Jose in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Its transportation infrastructure includes highways, arterial roadways, local streets, bike lanes, multi-use paths, and many parking facilities for both vehicles and bicycles. But for many trips, Peninsula residents don’t have safe and convenient transportation alternatives – choices between different modes of transportation. For many trips, public transit is slow or non-existent. Bicycling and walking on many streets is unsafe due to the lack of bike lanes and sidewalks. And driving is often slow and frustrating due to traffic congestion. Residents also suffer from many traffic-related injuries and fatalities every year – motorists, transit users, bicyclists, and pedestrians included.

We’re working to change this by advocating for better street designs, improved transit service, and innovative educational programs. Will you join us?

5 Responses to About

  1. Jim Frank says:

    I just saw your website today for the 1st time. I write a small blog all about Millbrae station.

    It would be great to talk with someone to see what you’re up to and how we can work together.

  2. Ryan Croft says:

    Just came across your website for the first time. I support any efforts that promote sustainable transportation alternatives and encourage folks to opt against single occupancy vehicles!

    Ryan Croft

  3. Zig says:

    Very happy to find this blog and will be joining.

    Sorry to be a pedant here but San Jose=South Bay. Daly City to Palo Alto (maybe Mt View)=Peninsula. Your mission statement just sounds very wrong.

  4. David Ben Gurion says:

    Why is there no information about your organization. Non-profits should have a list of board members, contact info for hte group (e-mail, snail mail, Corporate ID number) on their websites.

  5. John Cordes says:

    Who are you? Are you a 501 C3 entity? Who is on your board?

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