UC Berkeley has a new “urban displacement map” that helps you chart cities that are at risk of displacing low-income residents. The map examines local policies that affect low-income housing, from inclusionary zoning to developer impact fees. It will eventually cover more issues and more jurisdictions, making it a potentially valuable tool for assessing where local land use restrictions are greatest in general.
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Railtown — The Book
Railtown presents the history of this system by drawing on archival documents, contemporary news accounts, and interviews with many of the key players to provide critical behind-the-scenes accounts of the people and forces that shaped the system.
Tales from California
- Transit Ridership Declines As Low-Income Transit Users Move To Car-Dependent Exurbs
- The Death Of SB 827: Media Roundup
- EPA’s Proposed Fuel Economy Rollback — Interview With The Real News Network
- SB 827 Killed In Committee — Thoughts On Moving Forward
- SB 827 Reveals The Inadequacy Of California’s Environmental Advocacy Community On Land Use