Connect, Redwood City!

Connect, Redwood City!

Living and working in Redwood City just got better!

Connect, Redwood City! provides residents, visitors and local employees with easy and convenient options to travel to and around Redwood City. Streamline your commute, run errands, and explore what Redwood City has to offer.

Increased SamTrans service, Zipcar, Bay Area Bike Share, and Caltrain are all within walking distance of downtown. For Redwood City employees and employers looking for stress-free commute options, vanpools also are available for commutes up to 25 miles.

Looking for ways to add flexibility to your commute? Other options are available, including emergency rides home and carpool incentives.

Streamline your commute, run errands, explore Redwood City, and much more! 

Program Details and Partners
Connect, Redwood City!, formerly known as the Making the Last Mile Connection Pilot Program, kicked off in early 2011, and implements a suite of transportation demand management strategies within Redwood City. The goal of the program is to test the contribution that transportation demand management can make toward reducing travel habits away from single-occupancy personal vehicle travel, thereby reducing vehicle miles traveled and greenhouse gas emissions. The program received a $1.5 million grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission through its Climate Initiatives Grant Program.

New transportation demand management strategies developed under the grant include car share, short-distance vanpools, and a revamped telecommute program for San Mateo County employees.  These strategies will be marketed with existing transportation demand management strategies (including transit, carpooling, and Emergency Ride Home) and with the regional Bay Area Bike Share program, which also is funded under the Climate Initiatives Program.

Connect, Redwood City! is a partnership between the San Mateo County Transit District, the Peninsula Congestion Relief Alliance, San Mateo County, and the City of Redwood City. Funding partners include the San Mateo County Transit District, the San Mateo County Transportation Authority, and the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County. 

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