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The Specific Plan was adopted by the City of Berkeley for its Adeline Corridor Priority Development Area (PDA). The Specific Plan provides goals, policies, and implementation strategies for the Plan

Vital Signs helps Bay Area residents explore the region’s performance using a series of indicators. Indicators in five key areas of regional vitality – transportation, land and people, the economy

This paper identifies key issues and provides guidance for local jurisdictions as they consider refining their parking codes to reflect best practices for parking standards and parking management

The call for pilot program applications is now closed. MTC invited eligible Bay Area public agencies to submit project proposals to participate in the regional Mobility Hubs Pilot Program. The Pilot

The Santa Rosa Downtown Station Area Specific Plan (DSASP) is an example of a Priority Development Area (PDA) plan. DSASP seeks to guide the intensification of an energetic commercial enterprise and

This is the Specific Plan adopted by the City of El Cerrito in 2014 for its San Pablo Avenue Specific Plan Priority Development Area (PDA). For information about the Specific Plan history, process and

New technologies in transportation systems are coming down the road. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)’s Innovative Deployments to Enhance Arterials (IDEA) is a technical assistance

The Mountain View El Camino Real Precise Plan is an example of a Priority Development Area (PDA) plan. It is based on the vision for the El Camino Real corridor set forth in Mountainview’s General

This is the Community Plan adopted by the City of Fremont in 2013 for its Warm Springs Priority Development Area (PDA). It envisions a vital, new sustainable district of the city offering

Priority Development Areas (PDAs) are places near public transit that are planned for new homes, jobs and community amenities. By bringing transit, jobs and housing together in downtowns, along main