University of Wisconsin–Madison

goBerkeley Pilot Program Results and Next Steps

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2014
Level City or Town
State(s) California
Policy Areas Community Development, Energy, Environment & Natural Resources, Public Spaces, Transportation & Mobility
The goBerkeley Pilot Program was launched in Downtown Berkeley, the Elmwood, and Southside/Telegraph in July 2013 with 3 overarching goals: to support economic vitality, to reduce congestion and emissions and to assess the feasibility of expanding the program beyond the 2-year pilot period. Council authorized the Pilot Program to test the extent to which a combination of free bus passes for employees, car-share discounts for businesses, and demand-based parking management could achieve these goals. This report presents the results of the goBerkeley Pilot Program and discusses initial next steps.

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