Jean Walsh for AC Transit

It's time for a new voice to represent us.

Bay Area residents deserve transit that is fast, frequent, affordable, pleasant, and easy to use. We need new energy to guide us out of the coronavirus crisis to a transportation system that is resilient, interconnected, and equitable. I would like to earn your vote this November for AC Transit Board of Directors, Ward 2.

Jean has been on all sides of the table: public sector, private sector, nonprofits. She knows how to get work done in large bureaucracies as well as tech startups and scrappy community organizations. Today, Jean is active with the Transbay Coalition, a grassroots advocacy group working to improve Bay Area public transportation. She has been accepted into the Emerge training program for Democratic women who wish to run for office. Click here to learn more about Jean.

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Good transit makes cities and communities better.

  • AC Transit is a critical, lifeline service that our community relies upon.
  • Abundant transit connects us with jobs, shopping, essential services and life, and is part of how we achieve affordable, equitable cities.
  • Transit reduces traffic congestion and pollution, and benefits even those who choose not to ride.

Bay Area residents deserve robust, reliable, and resilient transit.

  • Transit should be frequent, fast, affordable, pleasant, and easy to use.
  • Transit is key to getting cars off the road, combating climate change, and improving the environment.
  • We must make transit competitive with driving to attract riders and increase public benefits.
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Now is the time for big ideas and bold leadership.

  • We have to ensure that Bay Area transit not only survives the coronavirus crisis but comes out stronger and better.
  • We must seek out best practices from cities across the US and world to ensure the health and safety of riders and workers and bring back ridership.
  • We need creativity and collaboration to achieve a seamless regional transportation network that serves everyone.