Latest from public transit

TransForm

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

TransForm works to create world-class public transportation andwalkable communities in the Bay Area and beyond, and has helped to win billions of dollars and groundbreaking policies in support of smart growth, public transportation, affordable housing, andbicycle/pedestrian safety. TransForm's work is essential in the fight against climate change.

No Comments

Marin County Bicycle Coalition

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Marin County Bicycle Coalition has worked to improving the county’s road and path facilities for walkers and bikers since 1998.

No Comments

An Iron Man for transit advocates

June 18, 2012 by Alison Hawkes

128 miles. 12,000 feet elevation gain. 17-plus hours of exercise. 3 mountain summits. 3 transit agencies. Add to that temperatures well into the triple digits in some places, and you've got the makings of a great story.That's about all you need to know to get an impression of how grueling the event known as Alt. Ride (formerly the Triple Threat) was this year.

2 Comments

Letter from the Publisher

April 01, 2009 by David Loeb

Good news: It finally started raining again! Many of us held our collective breath through bone-dry January, all the while ...

No Comments

A Bayshore Getaway in Silicon Valley

April 01, 2009 by John Dorrance

Stevens Creek is a 20-mile stream that originates on Black Mountain at the crest of the Santa Cruz Mountains before cutting through the heart of Silicon Valley and out into San Francisco Bay. Eventually, the Stevens Creek Trail will run the entire length of the stream. But you can check it out now...

No Comments

Footloose and Car-Free in the Bay Area

April 01, 2009 by David Loeb

Make getting there part of the adventure with our update of the region's transit-accessible trails. From backpacking on Mount Diablo to strolling the Bay shore in Mountain View, there are many ways to get outdoors without adding to your carbon footprint.

No Comments

Overnight on Mount Diablo

April 01, 2009 by Ryan Branciforte

It has been over a year now since I took the plunge into car-free existence. The one-way, overnight backpack trip up and over Mount Diablo that I took last fall is one example of the kind of adventure I have been enjoying since I said good-bye to my car.

No Comments

Transit to Trails Map

April 01, 2009 by Bay Nature Staff

Download our updated map showing transit connections to protected parks and open spaces all over the San Francisco Bay Area.

No Comments

Up and Down at Point Reyes

April 01, 2009 by Joe Soule

If the Sweet Lumber Company had had its way, the landscape of Inverness Ridge in West Marin would be more ...

No Comments

Native Species Put the Art in BART

January 29, 2009 by Laura Hautala

On a typical walk through a BART station, it’s hard to ignore the advertisements covering the available wall space. But a few ads are most striking in their mystery: A Steller's jay? A black-tailed deer? Both with nothing but a subtle BART train in the background. No message. No sell. What are these all about?

No Comments

 
 
12