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Why Consider a Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure Action Plan (BPIAP)? Key reasons for developing a BPIAP include: Providing a roadmap for implementation of a set of near-term bicycle and

ABAG, in collaboration with The Government Alliance on Race and Equity and Ground Works Consulting, has published Advancing Racial Equity in Housing, Land and Development, a toolbox for racial equity

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

The Housing Accountability Act (HAA) was enacted by the California Legislature in 1982 to establish limitations to a local government’s ability to deny, reduce the density of, or make infeasible

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

The Relient CA: Adaptation Clearinghouse is the State of California’s consolidated searchable database of resources for local, regional and statewide climate adaptation planning and policy-making. The

“Quick-build” projects allow cities and counties to quickly create safe lanes of traffic for people who are traveling by bike, by foot, by wheelchair, scooter or similar non-vehicle mode. Giving

This webinar discusses the importance of rapid implementation of quick-build projects during COVID-19 and how to construct active transportation projects that enhance social distancing. Quick-builds