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San Francisco

Growing Up Around Transit

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In 2005, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) adopted its first transit-oriented development (TOD) policy, which helped add 26,000 housing units near transit. Now, the MTC is relooking at the policy in order to help guide major new transit investments. How can it be updated to best increase the housing supply, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support economic growth around bus, rail and ferry stations?

+ Therese Trivedi / MTC
+ Kara Vuicich / MTC

 

 

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