Community Panel discussion of Plan Bay Area 2040 “EIR Alternatives and Action Plan” lead by Marin County Supervisor, Dennis Rodoni, Panelists: Matt Maloney, MTC, Brad Paul, ABAG Acting Executive Director, Alix Bockelman, MTC Deputy Executive [More]
City of San José, California Transportation & Environment Committee of April 5, 2021. Pre-meeting citizen input on Agenda via eComment at https://sanjose.granicusideas.com/meetings. This public meeting will be conducted via Zoom Webinar. For information on public [More]
SANDAG hosted a webinar on December 6, 2018 to present information on the Mobility Management Toolbox. Guest presenters from the City of San Francisco and City of San Jose shared their experience with developing and [More]
How does the General Plan shape San Francisco? San Francisco Planning is leading significant updates to the General Plan that will affect housing, transportation, climate resilience and safety, and environmental justice in all neighborhoods and [More]
Three new residential towers will soon fill up the skyline in Downtown Austin. The city council recently approved the developments of 9092 Rainey, The East Tower and River Street Residences. STORY: https://www.kvue.com/article/money/economy/boomtown-2040/rainey-street-austin-highrise-new/269-6e9c1642-85bb-410a-a3b1-558b9588c17b KVUE is Austin’s [More]
City of San José Community & Economic Development Council Committee View agenda at https://sanjose.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=711312&GUID=CA9B8BE0-B87E-477F-830B-B4BB077D51BE
From the deployment of broadband to autonomous vehicles to the proliferation of Internet of Things sensors and beyond, an array of technology-based innovations is leading to dramatic changes in cities. There is great potential benefit [More]
The Walnut Creek City Council met via Zoom during the Covid 19 Pandemic.
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MTC and its partner regional agency — the Association of Bay Area Governments — have developed three alternative scenarios for how we will work, live and get around in 2040. Titled “Main Streets,” “Connected Neighborhoods” [More]
Andy Benkert and Alice Kaufman debated Measures B and C that will be voted on by residents of the City of San Jose in the June election. This was the final agenda item of the [More]
In this video we take you through the submission process for the Urban Confluence International Open Ideas Competition.
The City Council gave the okay last week to a Downtown Area Development Plan that has been in the works for years. It lays out ideas on how to encourage growth and connect visitors and [More]
Today, we will share with you that there are homeless people everywhere in San Jose California Santa Clara County. They dont just live under bridges, creeks, or downtown. They are everywhere in every part of [More]
The City hosted a Community Virtual Forum on May 12, 2020 related to the 2040 General Plan Update, to examine trends shaping the future of South San Francisco, including those in the industrial, life sciences, [More]
District 8 Community Round Table (www.d8crt.org) Panel Discussion on Land Use in Evergreen and SJ Held on June 6, 2019 at Evergreen Village Square Library Presided by Robert Reese, D8CRT Land Use Chair Evergreen Times [More]
In this episode, we talk with San Jose Sharks co-president, John Tortora. Topics include the impact of the upcoming Google development, Diridon expansion, and arrival of BART to San Jose. We talk about how fans [More]
Affordable housing has become a crisis on the West Coast, due in large part to the expansion of the tech industry. Cities like San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle have all seen rising housing costs [More]