Housing prices exploded in San Francisco this year, while lagging at pre-recession levels in other parts of the region.
When BART went on strike twice in 2013, the Bay Area learned just how dependent it is on a functioning transit system.
The region adopted Plan Bay Area, a major step forward that puts transportation money behind a clear land use vision.
San Francisco added jobs faster than any other city in the country in 2013.
The opponents of Plan Bay Area are undercutting the role of regional planning as a tool to manage long-term growth.
California gives ridesharing companies the go-ahead to operate under new regulations.
Perhaps you’ve noticed? New housing and commercial construction is booming in San Francisco.
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