transit-oriented development


Tue September 10, 2013


Thu August 1, 2013

Transit-oriented developments are taking the Bay Area back to the future

The Contra Costa Centre, another TOD in unincorporated Walnut Creek (Isabel Angell)

The Bay Area is one of the most congested places in the whole country ­– behind Los Angeles and Honolulu. Over the next 30 years, another two million people are expected to move here. So, how are we are all going to fit?

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Tue July 23, 2013

Controversial Plan Bay Area adopted by regional planners

James Bennett of Sonoma county shows his opposition to Plan Bay Area
Isabel Angell

Last week, two regional government groups voted to adopt Plan Bay Area. An estimated two million people are moving the Bay Area by 2040 – that’s a 30 percent increase. Plan Bay Area creates sweeping transportation, housing, and environmental recommendations for cities to handle that growth.

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