Adapting the "neighborhood watch" model to wildfire readiness, using a novel, data-driven policy mechanism
In a wildfire, households without cars are often neglected as part of city evacuation plans. We propose a dedicated framework to pool local bus fleets to evacuate at-risk populations in an emergency.
A plan to make discounted fares easier to access through legislation and integrating social services.
In Alameda County, an increasing number of residents are facing food insecurity. First Mile Foods is a mobile farmers’ market that delivers affordable produce to food deserts in Alameda County.
Creating a responsive suburbian transporation system inspired by those private rideshare giants.
Using community scale microgrids to reduce the impact of PSPS on the Environmental Justice Communities
Our project centers on using public transportation to address food deserts in Oakland. We propose increasing AC Transit bus stops and bus routes to connect residential areas to grocery stores.
California is on fire, and with better infrastructure on the part of PG&E, the hazard and risks associated with these fires can be reduced immensely.
A modern, inclusive transportation system through finance.
We want to improve access to essential needs in the Bay Area by turning cities into 15-minute cities through the use of self-driving buses and efficient bus routes.
An integrated solution that leverages firefighting resource allocation and equity enhancement with artificial intelligence
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