Albany Beach Restoration and Public Access Feasibility Study

The East Bay Regional Parks received a TIGER grant from the federal government. Some of this money will be put towards completing the section of the Bay Trail that’s adjacent to Golden Gate Fields.

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Plan Bay Area Workshop – San Francisco

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One Bay Area Website From SFBC: What sort of Bay Area will we live in 5, 10, 25 years from now? The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) are updating their 25-year plan for transportation and land use, Plan Bay Area, the key to billions of dollars in public investment in […]

MTC Meeting

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Schedule and Agenda: Association of Bay Area Governments Bay Area Air Quality Management District Bay Conservation and Development Commission Metropolitan Transportation Commission Joint Policy Committee Meeting 

An emerging regional consensus in the Bay Area?

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From SPUR: Many of the most pressing planning questions of our day occur at the regional level: How do we address sea-level rise? How should we alter our land-use patterns to combat climate change? Join leaders of the Bay Area’s four regional agencies to discuss planning for our region’s collective future. With Steve Heminger of the […]

SPUR Forum: Charting Course on the Bay Trail

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From SPUR: Image courtesy of Flickr user Victor Solanoy. With over 340 miles currently built, the San Francisco Bay Trail, a shoreline walking and bicycling path that will one day encircle the Bay, is two-thirds complete. However, key portions are still missing around the region to make the trail a truly connected experience for users. […]

SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Planning for the San Francisco Bay

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"Sea level rise in San Francisco Bay will challenge the 40 year-old legal framework, which manages development on the Bay’s shoreline. How will we adjust? Will Travis, executive director of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, will discuss opportunities to amend the Bay Plan to increase our region’s resilience to climate change." 

Debates Worth Having: Pros and cons of Saltworks

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From SPUR: The proposed Saltworks development in Redwood City would bring as many as 12,000 much-needed housing units to the core of the Bay Area. But it would be built on decommissioned salt ponds at the edge of the Bay, and would thus destroy what could be a large and productive wetlands. Please join SPUR […]