Mila Zelkha

Mila Zelkha

Navigating the return to a “normal” commute in the Bay Area is as elusive as ever. Amid growing employer demands for returning to the office, getting used to shifted yet rebounding traffic, Waze just announced it’s ending its ridesharing carpool service. For the Bay Area’s essential workers, navigating the gaps in convenient and affordable transit has been an unabated pain point before, during and now into the post-pandemic era.

Helping essential workers stay here and thrive improves commute options for all workers — and it’s easier to do than one might expect.

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aball52

Some Brentwood firefighters arrive after the fire is out at least they show up!

aball52

making 3 hour commites firefighters commute and are in the car by 4A.M from discovery Bay Pollack pines they work 48 hour shifts which the new Firemen voted for I wonder about gas prices plus the wear and tear io commuting 3 hours.. they still come when duty calls They now notice more traffic coming home

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