The East New York Community Land Trust identifies 73 underused lots that it says could be developed into housing or commercial space.
For "Bike to Wherever" day, Streetsblog went to enjoy a block of Amsterdam right in the middle of the Bay Area
"Suspense Day" is over and many of the bills Streetsblog is tracking have moved on to a floor vote.
At $120,000 per space, using luxury parking to subsidize affordable housing undermines planning for compact development centered on green mobility. It’s tantamount to gentrification by parking.
The bill would prohibit Caltrans from using state resources on any project, or on permitting any project, that does not meet certain criteria measured by the California Healthy Places Index.