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As part of Senate Bill No. 743 (SB 743), local jurisdictions were tasked with transitioning from Level of Service (LOS) to Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) policies by July 2020. In this June 8, 2017

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is helping cities think about how they can use their streets and sidewalks more creatively — to serve more people and more purposes. Download MTC’s

Created by Adapting to Rising Tides (ART), this set of examples and reference materials is intended to provide guidance to jurisdictions planning their own resilience projects. They include

“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

The Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Program is working with local, state, regional and federal agencies and organizations to gather, develop and analyze the data needed to understand the impacts of a

The Casita Coalition was formed to empower communities and help people solve their housing needs. It provides policy resources to support the development of small homes and ADUs (Accessory Dwelling

The Housing Accountability Act and Senate Bill No. 35 (SB 35) have added significant new requirements to already busy planning departments, but have not yet provided guidance on how to comply. This

The Slow Streets program creates more space for walking, biking, and other physical activity and alleviates crowding on sidewalks. The City of Oakland developed an interim findings report as part of

Created by Adapting to Rising Tides (ART), this set of project reports and case studies are intended to provide guidance to jurisdictions planning their own resilience projects. They include