Stories about regional planning

6,000 more office workers with no housing, the failure of planning in the Eastern Neighborhoods …

... and the Monster in the Mission is back. That's The Agenda for Oct. 29- Nov. 4

The Lexus Lanes — and why they won’t work

Instead of rewarding carpools and getting people out of private cars, we are rewarding wealth and encouraging more people to drive. How does this make sense?

Inside the Yimby conference

Nice civil discussion on the surface -- and some nastiness behind the scenes

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

YIMBYs, Smart Growth — and unanswered questions

The real-estate industry loves smart growth; here's why

The year that local zoning control comes under attack

A new move to usurp the ability of cities to control development moves forward, quickly and quietly

Wiener’s first bill could set off housing war

Should the state force cities to build more market-rate housing? Who decides how much?

More than a million people in SF? Did anyone ask you?

New regional plan, adopted with little public input, pushes massive growth for San Francisco -- with no promise of money for transit or social equity

Palo Alto and the tech shop of horrors

Behind the story of the Peninsula planning commissioner who made national news by saying she had to leave town to buy a house for her family

Have regional planners set their targets on SF’s growth-control law?

Future scenarios include eliminating Prop. M, which limits office space in the city