San Francisco’s role in the growing region

From SPUR:

The Bay Area’s Sustainable Communities Strategy will plan for 2 million new residents and 1.2 million new jobs in the next 25 years. Learn how the various City departments are working together to plan for this growth and secure infrastructure and transportation funds to support it. With Sarah Dennis Phillips from the planning department, Rajiv Bhatiafrom the Department of Public Health, Sasha Hauswald from the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Tilly Chang from the transportation authority.

Co-sponsored by the Northern Section of the APA California Chapter. AICP CM credits pending.

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