The 2019 California legislative cycle is in full swing, and MTC has taken positions on a number of bills that could substantially affect the Bay Area housing landscape if passed by the Legislature and signed by Governor Newsom this year.
News and Stories
Protection, Production & Preservation: MTC Takes Action on Housing Bills
Housing, Earthquake Bills Among Last Signed, Vetoed by Governor Brown
Governor Brown acted on bills for the final time on September 30, signing into law five housing-related bills that will affect housing production and zoning requirements in the Bay Area, while vetoing two seismic safety bills.
High-Profile CASA Initiative Tackles Region’s Housing Crisis Head On
CASA brings together 46 leaders from across the Bay Area to build an actionable political consensus around increasing housing production at all levels of affordability, preserving existing affordable housing, and protecting vulnerable populations from housing instability and displacement.
February Forum Jumpstarts Conversation on Housing Policy
How do you begin to talk about housing affordability in a region with increasing wealth as well as areas of intractable poverty and skyrocketing costs of living?
Bay Area Affordable Housing Projects Receive Boost From Cap-and-Trade Grants
The California Strategic Growth Council yesterday awarded $17.5 million in state Cap-and-Trade funds to four affordable, transit-oriented housing projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.
MTC Resolution 4348 Revised (October 2018)
MTC-ABAG Housing Legislative Working Group Bill Positions Presentation May 2019.pdf
MTC Resolutions No. 4348 and 4308 - Housing Incentive Pool - Oct. 2018
Equitable Housing | Metro Talks: Rebuilding a Better Bay
In wake of our current health, economic and housing crisis, and as people protest for racial justice in cities across the country, we launched The Metro Talks Equity Series—a series where regional
An Introduction to CASA
The entire Bay Area is in the midst of a major housing crisis. In turn, that housing crisis is causing chaos in our transportation system.
Housing Forum: Perspectives From Outside the Region
Bay Area housing issues are viewed in a wider context.
Housing Forum: Opening Panel
The Bay Area is failing to retain and grow middle-wage jobs that can provide economic opportunities to low-wage workers.
Housing Forum: Opening Remarks
A lack of affordable housing in the Bay Area is causing displacement. What does that mean?
Housing Forum: Reports from Group Discussions
Participants share summaries of their break-out group discussions.
Setting the stage: Real People, Real Stories
Housing affordability and displacement are problems in cities all over the United States, and perhaps more so here in the Bay Area than anywhere else.