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Planning for Change: How to be an Effective Advocate
How to Use an EIR as an Advocacy Tool
Walk to shops and services
Support local businesses
Access daily needs without driving
Link trips to community uses such as schools and libraries
* Transit canâ€™t do it alone
* Walkable places are essential
* Lower parking standards in TOD,
unbundled parking costs
* Car sharing and shared parking
* Bike and pedestrian connections
* Bus connectivity and high quality
* In the Bay Area, Transit Zone Households are:
* 30% Car-Free
* Driving 50% less
* 4 times more likely to walk
* 10 times more likely to use transit
MTC 2007, New Places, New Choices
What is an EIR?
Where is an EIR in an approval process?
When to comment on an EIR?
EIRs: How to comment effectively
EIRs: Mountain View
Break out groups
Population Housing and Employment
Global Climate Change
What are you looking for?
What are your goals?
How would you comment?
If it is difficult, tell us why