Stories about City Planning

The Agenda, July 10-16: A landlord attack on ballot initiatives …

... plus what to do when robots take all our jobs, and Prince Gavin hides from the press. We look at the coming week

Scott Wiener’s housing straw man

The senator misses the point -- and the facts -- when he attacks people who don't think the private market will solve our woes

A devious move to oust SF’s best Police Commission member

Safai ally Olga Miranda didn't even live in the city until a few weeks ago -- and suddenly wants to be on the commission

Dramatic new study questions transit-oriented development

UC Berkeley scholars say market-rate infill housing can cause displacement and undermine the goal of reducing car use

The Agenda, Feb. 26-March 5: What’s still wild in SF …

... and why are housing prices so high? There's data on that, and it may surprise you

The Agenda, Feb 21-26: More Mission displacement ….

... plus permanent Google buses and a fight over the Ethics Commission

Why SF’s City Planning Department doesn’t get it

The Mission District and the SF of the future that planners are endorsing is not what San Franciscans want. Spirit matters

The agenda: What’s ‘divisive’?

Plus how activists won the Compton's Historic District battle

The Agenda: LGBT history, high insurance rates, the leaning tower of Soma …

... and why aren't progressive challenging the likes of David Chiu in primaries?

Development over gas main gets delayed again

Planners still can't figure out what to do about a project that could disturb and old creaky PG&E gas line