SACOG Mobility zones

Mobility Zones | SACOG

Mobility Zones is a program to advance clean, shared, and active transportation investments in equity-priority communities. Mobility Zones will select 15 neighborhood-sized zones across the six-county SACOG region, prioritize projects that improve mobility within each zone, and implement some of the prioritized projects. The work of Mobility Zones, including identifying zones and prioritizing projects, is being done in partnership with Community-Based Organizations (CBO) and community leaders. 

Committees and Task Force

The Mobility Zones project will be guided by seven committees: five community committees made up of community leaders, advocates, and organizers; one municipal committee made up of city and county staff; and one technical committee made up of regionally-serving organizations, including transit operators, air districts, and planning organizations. These committees meet quarterly to assess project progress and make decisions at critical milestones.  

More information on Community Committees Will Be Coming Soon

Project Schedule

Project Team

The Mobility Zones project is co-led by SACOG and Civic Thread with
support from Steer Consulting. The following individuals are part of
the Mobility Zones Project Management Team:

Kathleen Hanley (she/her)
SACOG Principal Transportation Planner
Kathryn Canepa (she/they)
Civic Thread Project Manager
David Moore (he/him)
Civic Thread Community Planning Specialist
Emily Alter (she/her)
Steer Associate
Michael Snavely (he/him)
Steer Associate Director
Jenny Hong (she/her)
Steer Principal Consultant


Coming soon.