Safe Spaces on Transit Program
The San Mateo County Transit District, in partnership with The Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center (PCRC), is hosting listening sessions to hear feedback about harassment on transit.
Community safety should be informed by community experiences. Before the District develops policies we would like to hear the experiences of our riders and community members.
To create safe spaces free of harassment, the District is holding community listening sessions. This proactive approach is an opportunity to hear the safety concerns and experiences of passengers. The Listening Sessions will occur online (Zoom) and will be moderated by PCRC. Anyone is welcome to attend.
We will be rescheduling the listening sessions due to the holidays.
Jan 12, 2022 6:00 PM
Jan 26, 2022 6:00 PM
Feb 16, 2022 6:00 PM
Feb 23, 2022 6:00 PM
Zoom Info: https://bit.ly/SamTranDec9
Registration Questions Contact:
Tracy Rogers-Tryba (650)512-0330 est 334
The Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center (PCRC) is a non-profit in San Mateo County that has hosted listening sessions on race and equity for county officials, agencies, and other non-profits to gather feedback community members. Their targeted communities are often communities of color, including schools, non-profits, and other centers.
The Commission on the Status of Women, an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors, seeks to improve the quality of life for women of all ages in San Mateo County. Through strategic partnerships and collaboration, the commission identifies women's needs, advises the board of supervisors, and educates the community on matters concerning women.
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