While this report is a technical document and a grant deliverable, it is also an advocacy tool that expresses TransForm’s mission around transit-oriented development and… Read More »
San Francisco Bay Area
The Benefits of Affordable Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in the Bay Area and How to Improve It
Great Communities Collaborative’s research brief compares travel behavior patterns of affordable housing residents living near BART stations, to those of market-rate TOD and non-TOD residents.
A Critical Tool in the Fight for Equity: The Bay Area Equity Atlas
The San Francisco Foundation worked closely with community leaders to develop a comprehensive and easy-to-use data and policy tool to help create a more equitable… Read More »
Autonomous Vehicle Heaven or Hell? Creating a Transportation Revolution that Benefits All
Greenlining released the first in-depth analysis of a wide range of mobility, health, and economic implications of electrification, vehicle sharing, and self-driving vehicles.
Not Nearly Enough: California Lacks Capacity to Meet Lofty Housing Goals
The UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies report shows that given California’s planned capacity, only 2.8 million housing units can be built, far less… Read More »
California’s Housing Emergency Update
A new report from the California Housing Partnership shows that recent state initiatives designed to stimulate production of more affordable rental housing have yet to… Read More »
Meeting California’s Housing Needs: Best Practices for Inclusionary Housing
This fact sheet presents local governments with key steps and considerations for developing a successful inclusionary housing ordinance and an effective program.
First Look: Governor’s Inaugural Budget Proposal Includes Bold and Smart Investments, While Maintaining Fiscal Health
This report looks at Governor Newsom’s proposed 2019-20 budget across a wide range of issue areas, including housing.
Water and the Future of the San Joaquin Valley
This report focuses on the state’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) and related impacts to valley agriculture and the regional economy.
Testing Our Hypotheses on Equitable Development
The Strong, Prosperous, And Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC; supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Ford Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, the JPB Foundation, and… Read More »