TransForm, the Bay Area organization formerly known as the Transportation and Land Use Coalition that works to create world-class public transportation and walkable communities, wants YOU at one of their photoshoots throughout San Jose throughout the day on Thursday, October 24, 2013.
They want photos of all types of people riding buses, bikes, and trains at various locations around downtown. We need individuals and families of all ages and ethnicities for our photo shoot. Absolutely no experience as a model is required to participate.
The photo shoot is a chance to have fun and volunteer your time for a great cause, since TransForm directly works to make our communities better places to walk, bike, and take public transportation. Pictures of happy people like you are one of the most powerful ways Transforms can communicate the advantages of walkable communities.
Look for Marta, who will be wearing a white Transform shirt and looks like the person shown in the photo.
Here’s the schedule and locations:
- 10 AM, Plaza de Cesar Chavez for a shoot with Bike Share bikes. Cesar Chavez Park is that plaza with the (in)famous Quetzalcoatl “poop” statue. Market Street splits and goes around this plaza.
- 11 AM, San Jose Diridon Station for a shoot on and around a VTA bus on Cahill Street.
- 1:15 PM, S. 2nd St. near Paseo de San Antonio Walk for photos of people walking, using light rail, and riding bikes.
Spread the word, bring your friends.