Skip to Content
Streetsblog San Francisco home
Streetsblog San Francisco home
Log In

SPUR Lunchtime Forum: High speed rail and land use in California

1:31 AM PDT on November 1, 2010

From SPUR:

California's high-speed rail investment is as important to state's future as the development of the University of California system or the State Water Project. While most of the focus on high-speed rail has been about the alignment, less attention has been paid to land-use planning for this important public investment. Based on international examples, SPUR has written a policy paper exploring the land use and planning response to high speed rail. Join Paul Sedway of Sedway Consulting, Michael Teitz, UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus of City & Regional Planning, Jerry Goldberg of JGA and Egon Terplan, SPUR Regional Planning Director, for this unveiling of their research findings and recommendations.

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog San Francisco

BART Grant is Good News for Oakland, Alameda, and Other Cities

Latest round of 'Safe Routes to BART' program includes $16 million for bike and ped improvements leading to and from BART stations

March 1, 2024

Advocates Hammer City College Trustees’ Climate Hypocrisy on Frida Kahlo Way

City College talks a good game about supporting bike lanes and better transit, until it comes to losing a few parking spaces

March 1, 2024
See all posts