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Members of the public, planners, developers and programmers are invited to dive into the resources of the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) have developed an on-call Equity Consultant Bench as part of the agency’s commitment to advance equity internally and throughout the Bay Area. The

Most zoning codes and development practices have ample parking supply requirements, which force people who purchase or rent housing to pay for parking regardless of their needs. These parking

Since 1969, the State of California has required each local government to plan for its share of the state’s housing needs for people of all income levels. Through the Regional Housing Needs Allocation

UC Berkeley’s Othering and Belonging Institute (OBI) presented research on racial demographic change and land use in the San Francisco Bay Area for the North Bay Division of the California League of

Stephen Menendian, Assistant Director at UC Berkeley’s Othering and Belonging Institute, presented the Institute's research on the exclusionary effects of restrictive zoning, a summary of prior

As part of their series on racial segregation in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Othering and Belonging Institute at UC Berkeley examined the relationship between restrictive zoning — and single

Climate change impacts do not affect all communities in the same way. California must move beyond embracing equity to making equity real. This requires centering community needs and building social

The goal of the Resilience Toolkit is to help cities, regions and other partners integrate various planning processes — including for hazard mitigation, climate adaptation, sustainability and equity —

The People, Places & Prosperity report (PDF) highlights the activities that the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) undertook in partnership with local governments, regional agencies, business