SPUR Forum: The Bay Bridge Reconsidered

From SPUR:

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Image courtesy flickr user Rob n Tina

Once construction on the Bay Bridge is completed, the San Francisco/Oakland corridor will still have the same transportation capacity as it did before the project began. But with significant job growth expected, the East Bay-to-San Francisco commute may get worse before it gets better. What can we do to prepare?

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

Sarah Dennis-Phillips, San Francisco Planning Department
Anthony Bruzzone, Arup
Aidan Hughes, Arup
Sandra Hamlat, East Bay Bicycle Coalition

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