As part of its forward-looking Regional Strategy, SPUR and AECOM, along with a taskforce of community stakeholders in San Francisco, San José and Oakland, identified seven key sites spread across the Bay Area’s three central cities that are prime opportunities to tackle major regional challenges through local planning processes. Come learn about the last two ideas of the series: one on expanding and connecting all of San Francisco to the region and beyond through public transportation; and the second about the Oakland Coliseum, one of the most important redevelopment sites in the Bay Area.
+ Michelle Huttenhoff / SPUR
+ Ronak Davé Okoye / SPUR
+ Cristian Bevington / AECOM
+ Joy Woo / AECOM
+ Stephen Engblom / AECOM
1 Learning Unit available for AIA member attendees.
AIA Learning Objectives:
Understand how major projects can advance regional goals for housing and transportation.
Grasp the regulatory complexities that affect the future plans of major infrastructure projects, including evolving populations, economic impacts and climate change.
Learn about the role that designers can play in shaping the vision for big picture projects around the Bay Area.
Determine the steps necessary to move major infrastructure projects forward.
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