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AKA  TransForm
Oakland, CA
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TRANSFORMCA Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 10/22/2014: TRANSFORMCA

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Also Known As: TransForm
Physical Address: Oakland, CA 94612 
EIN: 72-1521579
Web URL: www.TransFormCA.org 
Blog URL: blog.transformca.org/ 
NTEE Category: C Environmental Quality Protection, Beautification
C01 Alliance/Advocacy Organizations
S Community Improvement, Capacity Building
S20 Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement
W Public, Society Benefit
W01 Alliance/Advocacy Organizations
Ruling Year: 2002 
How This Organization Is Funded: William and Flora Hewlett Foundation - $400,000
James Irvine Foundation - $300,000
Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority (ACTIA) - $820,000


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Mission Statement

TransForm works to create world-class public transportation and walkable communities in the Bay Area and beyond. We build diverse coalitions, influence policy and develop innovative programs to improve the lives of all people and protect the environment. TransForm believes that: 1. All people deserve affordable, safe, and easy access to jobs, services, and nature on foot, bicycle, or public transportation; 2. People should play a central role in shaping and transforming the future of their communities; 3. Communities can become healthier and more vibrant while also nurturing the diversity and inclusion of existing residents, rather than causing displacement; 4. Growth should be directed towards existing developed areas, not our precious remaining open space; 5. We can only achieve our mission by working with people from a wide range of backgrounds, abilities, and perspectives.

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Total Expenses $3,372,291

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Stuart Cohen

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Stuart Cohen is co-founder and Executive Director of TransForm. By combining high-quality policy analysis with coalition building and strategic media efforts, TransForm has become a powerful and effective voice for world class transit and walkable communities in the Bay Area and beyond.

Leadership Statement:

When I helped establish TransForm back in 1997, there was no way of knowing our work would gain so much momentum over the years. Yet the reasons our mission matters more than ever are tragic ones: our climate is in crisis, we’re suffering from shocking rates of obesity-related diseases and inequities based on income and race continue to grow. Sweeping changes are possible, though. In fact, we’ve already made incredible strides over the past decade. TransForm, working with a diverse range of partners, has won literally billions of dollars and groundbreaking policies in support of public transportation, smart growth, affordable housing and bicycle/pedestrian safety in the Bay Area. TransForm has initiated innovative programs that are involving a huge range of people in local land use decisions and embracing transportation choices. We continue to work toward world-class public transportation and walkable communities in the Bay Area, and have expanded our role at the state level, where we are bringing together a range of stakeholders to develop and work towards a vision for sustainable, equitable transportation in California. TransForm also continues to help lead ClimatePlan, a network of organizations ensuring that California’s landmark smart growth law, SB 375, ushers in an era of smarter growth. The stakes have never been higher, nor the window of opportunity wider. I’m confident that together we can make the Bay Area and California a beacon of livability, sustainability, and equity.

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Program: World Class Transportation - Regional (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$1,999,269
Category:
Transportation
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified
None
None

Program Description:

Using a blend of community engagement, policy development and coalition building, TransForm has helped shape and pass funding measures that have allocated literally billions of dollars in support of public transportation, smart growth, affordable housing and bicycle/pedestrian safety. These included transportation measures in Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties, as well as a leading role in developing and helping to pass Regional Measure 2, a one-dollar bridge toll increase to fund public transit that was ultimately approved by voters in 2004. To realize our vision, TransForm is focused on achieving world-class public transportation in the Bay Area. This includes ensuring Plan Bay Area, our regional transportation and land use planning blueprint, brings more affordable, walkable communities to the Bay Area while reducing greenhouse gas pollution and meeting other equity, health, and safety targets.

Program Long-Term Success:

By achieving world-class transportation in the Bay Area, we can realize the following outcomes by 2035: 1) Transit ridership will double to 12% (3.5 million daily trips); 2) Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation will drop below 1990 levels and our air will be healthier to breathe with 45% fewer coarse particulates thanks to reduced per capita driving, cleaner cars and better fuels; 3)Low-income families will be able to reach over 80% more jobs within a 30-minute transit trip, and reduce their combined transportation and housing costs by 10%.

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Land Use Planning
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Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
None

Program Description:

GreenTRIP is an innovative certification program that rewards multi-family, mixed-use projects that apply comprehensive strategies to reduce traffic and greenhouse gas emissions. Projects meeting GreenTRIP certification criteria provide appropriate amounts of parking and incentives for new residents to drive less and own fewer vehicles. By creating less driving and using less land for parking spaces, there’s space freed up for services, shops and more affordable homes. As people move into GreenTRIP-certified developments, we are predicting impressive environmental and social outcomes including dramatically fewer miles of driving per day than the regional average, lower car ownership rates, and a new definition of affordable living that bring families savings on car ownership, free transit and carshare memberships. The first five GreenTRIP projects led to developers voluntarily offering to provide of 80,000 years of free transit passes and 24,000 years of CarShare for residents of GreenTRIP buildings. Our new GreenTRIP Connect initiative will provide groundbreaking tools, data, and community engagement to overcome some of the greatest obstacles to well-designed development near transit such as requirements for excessive parking. The goal is to dramatically increase the supply of homes affordable to all incomes, pair those with free transit passes, car-sharing and more to create a new paradigm of affordable, low-carbon development.

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Land Use Planning
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General Public/Unspecified
None
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Program Description:

We can make great communities come to life by involving a wide range of people in local land use planning processes. That's because when planning involves the people impacted by new development, amazing things happen. New development doesn't just build houses, condos, and apartments. It creates space for parks, libraries, childcare, and health facilities. It supports local businesses and diversity. It builds community in the truest sense of the word. And together, great communities make the entire region more sustainable and livable. In comes the Great Communities Collaborative. Over 50 cities in the San Francisco Bay Area have identified areas where they plan to refocus growth around public transportation stations and existing downtowns. Meanwhile, dozens of new rails stations and Bus Rapid Transit corridors will open over the next decade. Together, these opportunities offer a chance to significantly shape land use planning and achieve countless local and regional benefits. The Great Communities Collaborative was established to make the most of these opportunities by engaging people - particularly low-income people and people of color - in local land use planning so they can shape future growth and create great communities. TransForm coordinates the Great Communities Collaborative, which includes Greenbelt Alliance, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California, Reconnecting America, Urban Habitat, San Francisco Foundation and Silicon Valley Community Foundation, and numerous local groups. These groups work in key locations around the Bay Area. For more information, visit http://greatcommunities.org.

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Program: Safe Routes to Schools Alameda County (GuideStar Exchange,
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Physical Fitness
Population Served:
Children Only (5 - 14 years)
Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)
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Program Description:

Safe Routes to Schools (SR2S) is a proven, comprehensive program to encourage more children to walk and bike to school and beyond. SR2S reduces traffic around schools, improves air quality, saves families money, fosters a stronger sense of community, and most importantly, increases physical activity. Walking and bicycling to school can provide an important part of the hour per day of exercise children need. TransForm continues to lead the school-based programming for one of the largest and most successful Safe Routes to Schools programs in the country, now serving close to tens of thousands of students at 100 public schools. To learn about the Program, go to the official website at http://www.alamedacountysr2s.org/. We offer tailor-made trainings and consulting services with experts who have successfully worked in all kinds of elementary and middle schools. We also provide ready to use materials, templates, and curriculum. Trainings and consulting are offered on a fee-for-service basis. TransForm's Safe Routes to Schools Director Nora Cody has trained and mentored many nearby Safe Routes to Schools efforts, including in San Francisco, Contra Costa County, Humboldt County, Sonoma County, and San Mateo counties. The Safe Routes to Schools Program is funded in part with a major grant from Measure B (Alameda County's half-cent transportation sales tax) administered by ACTC.

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1) Served over 25,000 students at public schools in Alameda County. 2) Brought educational assemblies on pedestrian and bicycle safety to over 20,000 students at more than 25 schools in Alameda County. 3) Provided bicycle safety trainings to over 1,000 students. 4) Conducted audits of the areas surrounding 10 schools in order to determine what types of safety improvements were needed for children. 5) Led the way as an urban SRS2 model and spurred the MTC to allocate $17 million to bring Safe Routes programs to each Bay Area County.
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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

By combining high-quality policy analysis with coalition building and strategic media efforts, TransForm has become a powerful voice for world class transit and walkable communities in the Bay Area and beyond. TransForm is based in Oakland, California and has two satellite offices in Sacramento and San Jose to focus on reforming state transportation policy and implementing several key South Bay transportation programs, respectively. TransForm co-founded and fiscally sponsors the Great Communities Collaborative. Made up of five regional non-profits, two community foundations, and over 20 community organizations, the Collaborative is engaging Bay Area communities in planning for sustainable, equitable development near transit. In 2007, TransForm co-founded ClimatePlan, a statewide network promoting smart land use and transportation as critical components of California's climate strategy. TransForm is now hosting Transportation for America’s (T4A) California Coordinator (T4A is a national coalition to transform and reform federal transportation policy.)  TransForm also coordinates the Safe Routes to Schools Alameda County Partnership, which is now in 70 schools in the county. Its proven approach to getting more kids walking and biking safely to school is leading the way as an urban SR2S model. TravelChoice provides residents with tailored transportation information about their transit, walking and bicycling options, and TravelChoice New Residents is expanding this approach by creating a more intensive program focused on residents of new transit-oriented developments. In addition, TransForm launched GreenTRIP: the Traffic Reduction and Innovative Parking Program in 2008, which certifies and promotes new transit-oriented developments with exemplary programs promoting the use of alternative transportation and reducing excessive parking. Given the transformative nature of GreenTRIP, TransForm and its Executive Director were honored to receive a prestigious Ashoka Fellowship in 2010. TransForm is recognized nationally, with awards from Senator Barbara Boxer, former State Senator Don Perata, the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, the California Association of Nonprofits, and others. TransForm was named a top Bay Area nonprofit organization working on climate change by Philantropedia in April 2010.

Expert Assessment

TransForm has advanced more sustainable land use and transportation policies in the Bay Area. They took on the Bay Area's transportation funding blueprint, and won millions of dollars for public transportation. They helped pass the $1 bridge toll increase to fund transit. They played an influential role in AB32 and SB375, and their GreenTRIP and Safe Routes to School programs has demonstrated quantified, impressive results. Read More »

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2013 Philanthropedia Top Nonprofit

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Evidence of Impact

Experts say that TransForm is dedicated to finding alternative ways in transportation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They are very successful in their advocacy and they are one of a kind organization that can claim significant results in this area. Many experts agree that TransForm has strong programs to reduce vehicle miles travel. Because of their expertise, TransForm served on am advisory panel for Caltrain to develop more green transportation. They build steady impact through research, collaboration and advocacy toward a smart growth.

Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Transportation
One of the only organizations that successfully addresses vehicle miles travelled (VMT) reduction. They have strong programs to reduce vehicle travel to/from schools. Researcher and Faculty
Transform has an effective advocacy style that has made them influential on transportation policy - a field that is typically impenetrable for activists. Researcher and Faculty
They are behind most of the growth in Safe Routes to School programs. They've developed tools to reduce emissions from new development (GreenTRIP certificate). They are the best group at addressing the connections between land use activities and greenhouse gas emissions. Researcher and Faculty
TransForm has been influential in passing measures to increase funding for alternative transportation, as well as provided leadership in organizing such important coalitions as ClimatePlan and Great Communities Collaborative. Researcher and Faculty
This organization is addressing land use and transportation issues that lead to commute patterns that exacerbate the problem of climate change. Researcher and Faculty
This organization addresses challenge of transportation in direct way. This is about 50% of GHG levels for SF Bay Area, so it's great model for getting more people to ride transit and use carpools, and other non-solo cars. Researcher and Faculty
Lead group helping implement California's landmark smart growth policy to reduce global warming pollution (Senate Bill 375). Researcher and Faculty
This organization is intimately involved in various activities related to the implementation of Sustainable Communities Strategies in California. For example, staff from TransForm served on a review panel for a project for Caltrain on the development of a method for accurately predicting vehicle travel for "smart growth" development projects. They have also worked on important environmental justice issues related to transportation policy. Other

Organizational Strengths

Among key strengths of TransForm are executive leadership, respected for his expertise in land use and transportation field, visionary programming with new insights into the solutions for reducing environmental pollution. With their expertise, they are effective partners in policy initiatives.

Strong Executive Leadership
The organization has strong leadership, strong staff, and policy advocacy. Researcher and Faculty
TransForm has strong executive leadership. The Executive Director is a renowned leader in the land use/transportation field statewide. One of its strengths is visionary programming - they are always moving the ball forward and developing cutting edge approaches, tools and programs. Researcher and Faculty
The Executive Director is a great leader and visionary and they are great collaborators. Researcher and Faculty
The organization has superb leadership through Stuart Cohen. Researcher and Faculty
Deep Expertise in Transportation Policy and Programs
They have a smart, fearless approach, with very focused messaging and outreach to support their work. Researcher and Faculty
A key strength of TransForm is deep knowledge of and expertise in transportation policy and programs; thus the organization is able to leverage that knowledge to influence policymakers and agency staff. TransForm can provide expertise at the local and regional level to statewide and federal level. Researcher and Faculty

Areas for Improvement

Although a model organization in its field, TransForm could use more staff as well as expand its efforts to other areas of the Bay Area.

More Staff
More staff is always a need. Researcher and Faculty
They could increase staff and capacity in other areas of the Bay Area. Researcher and Faculty
Look at Strategy
Transform as done great work for public transportation and engagement on the transvillage. But to me the organization misses the understanding of building . Transvillage need highways. There will be a public health problems for residents. Researcher and Faculty
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