- Projections 2009
Projections Document and Symposium
ABAG hosted a symposium for Projections 2009 on August 28, 2009. ABAG's Projections 2009 and related documents, including the Symposium Handouts, are available at the ABAG Webstore.
- Projections 2009: What if?
San Francisco Bay Area Draft Alternative Growth Scenarios to 2035
For the Projections update for 2009, we have created two alternative scenarios that describe how the region may develop.
In the first scenario, despite limited progress in developing more transportation-efficient projects, more new development consists of low density, auto-dependent, single-use neighborhoods.
In the second scenario, regionwide development and redevelopment is focused around transit in our major urban areas and local town centers, creating walkable downtowns and mixed-use neighborhoods.
This document presents the two scenarios in detail for future development in the Bay Area and examines how well each measure up to ABAG's adopted performance targets.
- What If? - Alternative Growth Scenarios
This document provides a brief description of the alternative scenarios we are working on for Projections 2009.
- What If? - Schedule and Comments
This document describes the types of information we are seeking from cities and counties about our alternative scenarios. There is also a general schedule and list of contacts for providing comments.
- Senate Bill 375
October 21, 2008
The Governor recently signed Senate Bill 375. While it doesn't effect the Projections 2009 forecast process, it shows that the efforts we are making to expand outreach and consider issues like climate changes will only expand in the future. Here are a few interesting links on the subject.
- Frequently Asked Questions about Projections 2009
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