SPUR Forum: Understanding the Diridon Station Area Plan

4-30-14 Understanding the Diridon Station Area Plan

Image courtesy of Flickr user niallkennedy

Diridon Station will become one of California’s most transit-rich areas in the future, and the draft Diridon Station Area Plan, which projects 25,000 new jobs and 2,500 new housing units, will be the major driver for its growth. Come learn about the highlights of the plan and the key policies proposed to ensure its effective implementation.

+ Michael Brilliot / City of San Jose
+ Paul Smith / San Jose Department of Transportation

Co-sponsored by the Northern Section of the APA California Chapter. CM I 1.0 pending

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