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Posted on: February 9, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Public Survey for the 'One Bay Area' Planning Process

If you weren’t able to attend one of the ABAG/MTC 'Plan Bay Area' public workshops, there is still time to weigh in on a number of questions about your priorities for transportation and future land use development.

'Plan Bay Area' is a long-term strategy for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area that is currently being developed by the Metropolitan Tranportation Commssion (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG). The goal is to accommodate the region’s housing and transportation needs for the next 30 years and reduce the region’s auto dependence.

Plan Bay Area is focused on: improving the local economy, reducing driving and greenhouse gases and providing access to housing and transportation for everyone who needs it. If you missed the public meetings, you can participate from the comfort of your computer via an online virtual workshop with content that mirrors the live workshops. The virtual workshop wil be open for comment through Wednesday, February 15. For more information, or to participate in the survey, go to:

One Bay Area Virtual Workshop
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