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                    SPUR (San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association)

                    Publisher Description

                    Through research, education and advocacy, SPUR promotes good planning and good government in the San Francisco Bay Area.

                    The organization began when a group of San Francisco city leaders joined forces to improve the quality of housing after the 1906 earthquake and fire. Today, SPUR bring people together from across the political spectrum to develop solutions to the big problems cities face.

                    With offices in San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland, SPUR is recognized as a leading civic planning organization and respected for its independent and holistic approach to urban issues.

                    Research Reports in JSTOR from SPUR (San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association)
                    56 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
                    8 WAYS TO MAKE SAN FRANCISCO MORE AFFORDABLE: Proposals to solve the housing affordability crisis 2014
                    AFTER THE DISASTER:: REBUILDING OUR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE 2010
                    Back in the Black: A fiscal strategy for investing in San Jose's future 2016
                    Beyond the Tracks: The potential of high-speed rail to reshape California’s growth 2011
                    BUILDING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME:: IMPROVING THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF NEW BUILDINGS 2009
                    The Caltrain Corridor Vision Plan: How to keep the Bay Area’s innovation economy moving 2017
                    Climate change hits home: Adaptation strategies for the San Francisco Bay Area 2011
                    DEFINING RESILIENCE:: WHAT SAN FRANCISCO NEEDS FROM ITS SEISMIC MITIGATION POLICIES 2009
                    THE DILEMMA OF EXISTING BUILDINGS:: PRIVATE PROPERTY, PUBLIC RISK 2019
                    Does State Tax Policy Discourage Housing Production? 2020
                    A DOWNTOWN FOR EVERYONE: Shaping the future of downtown Oakland 2015
                    Driving Change: Policies to expand on employer-based Mobility on Demand pilot programs and reduce drive-alone commuting in the Bay Area. 2019
                    Economic Prosperity Strategy: Improving economic opportunity for the Bay Area’s low- and moderate-wage workers 2014
                    ENVISIONING: WARMWATER COVE 2007
                    Finding Transit: How better maps can make the Bay Area transit system easier to understand and navigate 2019
                    Fossil-Free Bay Area: A cleaner future for the region’s energy 2016
                    Four Future Scenarios for the San Francisco Bay Area 2018
                    Freedom to Move: How the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority can create better transportation choices in the South Bay 2014
                    From Copenhagen to Tokyo: Learning from International Housing Delivery Systems 2020
                    THE FUTURE OF DOWNTOWN SAN FRANCISCO: EXPANDING DOWNTOWN’S CAPACITY FOR TRANSIT–ORIENTED JOBS 2009
                    The Future of Downtown San Jose: How the South Bay’s urban center can achieve its potential 2014
                    The Future of Transportation: Harnessing private mobility services to support the public good 2020
                    Future-Proof Water: Where the Bay Area Should Get Its Water in the 21st Century 2013
                    Getting to Great Places: How better urban design can strengthen San Jose’s future 2013
                    GREENING APARTMENT BUILDINGS 2011
                    A guide to San Francisco's privately-owned public open spaces: Secrets of San Francisco 2009
                    Harnessing High-Speed Rail: How California and its cities can use rail to reshape their growth 2017
                    Healthy Food Within Reach: Helping Bay Area Residents Find, Afford and Choose Healthy Food 2015
                    Historic Preservation in San Francisco: Making the Preservation Process Work for Everyone 2013
                    THE HUB CONCEPT:: INFRASTRUCTURE FOR A COMMUNITY DISASTER RESPONSE 2009
                    IMAGINIGN ISLAIS CREEK 2018
                    It Takes a Village: Strategies for successful implementation of San Jose’s urban village vision 2019
                    Keeping the Doors Open: Immediate recommendations for assisting ground floor businesses in reopening 2020
                    LIFELINES:: UPGRADING INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENHANCE SAN FRANCISCO’S EARTHQUAKE RESILIENCE 2009
                    Locally Nourished: How a Stronger Regional Food System Improves the Bay Area 2013
                    A MID-LIFE CRISIS FOR REGIONAL RAIL: Fifty Years After BART: What’s Next for Regional Rail? 2008
                    MISSION CREEK: SEA LEVEL RISE ADAPTATION STUDY 2016
                    Model Places: Envisioning a future Bay Area with room and opportunity for everyone 2020
                    A No-Cost Rooftop Solar Stimulus: How streamlining residential solar installations can jumpstart a green economic recovery 2020
                    ocean beach master plan 2012
                    On Solid Ground: How Good Land Use Planning Can Prepare the Bay Area for a Strong Disaster Recovery 2013
                    ORGANIZING FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH:: A NEW APPROACH TO BUSINESS ATTRACTION AND RETENTION IN SAN FRANCISCO 2010
                    Public Harvest: Expanding the Use of Public Land for Urban Agriculture in San Francisco 2012
                    Re-envisioning the Guadalupe River Park: How San Jose can transform its greatest natural resource into a community gathering place for all 2019
                    REFORMING REGIONAL GOVERNMENT: Adjusting county and city representation at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission 2012
                    RETHINKING THE Corporate Campus: The next Bay Area workplace 2017
                    Room for More: SPUR’s Housing Agenda for San Jose 2017
                    Safe Enough to Stay 2012
                    Safety First:: Improving Hazard Resilience in the Bay Area 2020
                    SAN FRANCISCO BAY SHORELINE Adaptation Atlas: Working with Nature to Plan for Sea Level Rise Using Operational Landscape Units 2019
                    Seamless Transit: How to make Bay Area public transit function like one rational, easy-to-use system 2015
                    Seeking green: Funding public parks in a challenging financial climate 2011
                    Solving the Bay Area’s Fare Policy Problem: How streamlined, integrated fares can help the region realize the promise of transit 2019
                    SPUR'S AGENDA FOR CHANGE 2016
                    The Urban Future of Work 2012
                    What It Will Really Take to Create an Affordable Bay Area: How much housing does the region need to build to prevent income inequality from getting worse? 2020

                    Phone: 415-781-8726
                    Email: info@spur.org

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