Living Without Refuge: How the Housing Crisis Fuels Traffic Violence
By design, the Vision Zero movement is data-driven, but traffic crash reports often do not report the housing status of victims.
Talking Headways Podcast: Real Estate Impacts at BART
One of the great assets of any transit system is its real estate — and how it's developed has a major impact on ridership and, therefore, farebox revenue.
California Sustainable Affordable Housing Grants Awarded to Five Local Projects
Five southern California AHSC grants - four L.A. City and one L.A. County - will bring more than 500 transit-oriented affordable housing units, plus bus, bike, and walk improvements
SGV Connect 115: Connie Tamkin and the SGV Community Land Trust
This podcast covers a lot of information about various land trust models and their place in advocating for and providing housing options in a supply-restricted market, so it's a great primer for someone not well-versed in this issue!
Your City May Be Rethinking Parking Rules
TransForm has a guide to help you advocate for smarter parking policies that can lead to a greater housing supply
State-Funded REAP Planning Grants Aim to Support Housing and Less Driving
The grants are referred to as REAP 2.0 because they expand on an existing REAP grant program by looking for ways to integrate housing and climate goals.
Legislation to Continue to Streamline Affordable Housing Barely Clears Assembly Committee
“We’re going to build housing again in California.”
The Walkable Neighborhoods Americans Want May Be Closer Than We Think
Walkable neighborhoods are a rare and valuable commodity in the U.S. housing market. But millions of places could be closer to the 15 Minute City ideal than we realize, if we made the modest policy changes they need to thrive.
Is Santa Clara—the Heart of Silicon Valley—Soulless and Banal by Intent?
Silicon Valley should look dazzling. It’s not, though. The real Silicon Valley is so dull it makes you want to climb atop the nearest standing desk and hurl yourself off headfirst.
‘Urban Doom Loop’? This Planner Says Cities Ain’t Dead Yet
“For both the nation’s leading metros and for the country as a whole, the stakes of getting this right are enormous.”