SPUR Forum: Assessing Plan Bay Area

From SPUR:

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Plan Bay Area is our region’s long-range transportation and land use plan. Adopted in July, the plan now moves toward implementation. What can we learn from it, what are the key areas for implementation and what might we do differently for the plan’s update in a few years?

Doug Johnson / MTC
Egon Terplan / SPUR

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