Housing & Mobility Toolkit

Housing & Mobility Toolkit

When new housing is proposed, parking and congestion are common local concerns. Communities around the Bay Area are exploring new approaches to alleviating these issues, including building new housing to bring people closer to their jobs. For this toolkit, Home for All partnered with Mineta Transportation Institute to showcase examples of successful, innovative housing and neighborhood mobility strategies that are applicable to San Mateo County.

Transportation Impact Analysis

Senate Bill 743 shifts transportation impact analysis away from Level of Service (LOS) and toward vehicle miles of travel (VMT) projected for proposed development projects. The case studies demonstrate exemplary outreach processes and a sophisticated set of procedures for evaluating the transportation impact of proposed new development using VMT.

Community Planning Process

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) focuses on understanding how people make their transportation decisions and encourages people to take transit, rideshare, walk, bike, etc. The case studies demonstrate various approaches for reducing single-occupancy vehicle trips from residential projects.

Transportation Demand Management

This topic showcases best practices for engaging a variety of stakeholders at many stages in the planning process. The case studies were able to build community consensus through a collaborative effort of both interested and concerned stakeholders and residents.

 Community Planning Process

Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is a development pattern that integrates residential and commercial uses with other amenities located within walking distance of high quality public transit. TOD is one strategy for reducing vehicle trips from new housing.

Case Studies

Bay Area

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San Diego Villa Encantada: 32.765800, -117.065000
San Mateo: 37.543900, -122.307000
Redwood City Downtown: 37.486300, -122.233000
Transform’s GreenTrip: 37.794050, -122.269936
South San Francisco Station: 37.655200, -122.406000
East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan: 37.476300, -122.135000
City of Oakland: Transitioning to Vehicle Miles Traveled: 37.807885, -122.280922
Mountain View, CA: Applying TOD Principles to Revitalize Auto-oriented Corridors: 37.389400, -122.083000
Richmond Transit Village: Partnerships in building housing: 37.935800, -122.348000
San Diego, CA: Reducing Parking in a Transit-Oriented Neighborhood: 32.717400, -117.163000
National City, CA: Strategies for Ensuring Broad Public Input: 32.678100, -117.099000
City of Pasadena, CA: the Shift to VMT for Transportation Impact Analysis: 34.147600, -118.144000
King County: Strategies for Right Sizing Parking: 36.212700, -121.126000
San Francisco: Transportation Demand Management: 37.779300, -122.419000
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San Diego Villa Encantada
San Diego Villa Encantada, Encanto Neighborhoods TOD
505 62nd Street California, United States of America
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San Mateo
City of San Mateo: Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Commute Alternatives
San Mateo California, United States of America
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Redwood City Downtown
Redwood City Downtown Precise Plan
Redwood City California, United States of America
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Transform’s GreenTrip
Transform’s GreenTrip Certification
436 14th Street California, United States of America
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South San Francisco Station
South San Francisco Station Area Specific Plan
590 Dubuque Avenue California, United States of America
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East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan
East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan
Ravenswood California, United States of America
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City of Oakland: Transitioning to Vehicle Miles Traveled
City of Oakland: Transitioning to Vehicle Miles Traveled
Oakland California, United States of America
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Mountain View, CA: Applying TOD Principles to Revitalize Auto-oriented Corridors
Mountain View, CA: Applying TOD Principles to Revitalize Auto-oriented Corridors
Mountain View California, United States of America
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Richmond Transit Village: Partnerships in building housing
Richmond Transit Village: Partnerships in building housing
Richmond California, United States of America
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San Diego, CA: Reducing Parking in a Transit-Oriented Neighborhood
San Diego, CA: Reducing Parking in a Transit-Oriented Neighborhood
San Diego California, United States of America
The table above is listing 10 out of 14 markers (sorted by ID ascending)

California

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San Diego Villa Encantada: 32.765800, -117.065000
San Mateo: 37.543900, -122.307000
Redwood City Downtown: 37.486300, -122.233000
East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan: 37.476300, -122.135000
City of San Mateo: Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Commute Alternatives: 37.543900, -122.307000
Redwood City Downtown: 37.486300, -122.233000
Transform’s GreenTrip: 37.795678, -122.268734
South San Francisco Station: 37.655200, -122.406000
East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan: 37.476300, -122.135000
San Diego Villa Encantada: 32.765800, -117.065000
City of Oakland: Transitioning to Vehicle Miles Traveled: 37.807817, -122.280922
City of Pasadena, CA: the Shift to VMT for Transportation Impact Analysis: 34.147600, -118.144000
King County: Strategies for Right Sizing Parking: 36.212700, -121.126000
Mountain View, CA: Applying TOD Principles to Revitalize Auto-oriented Corridors: 37.389400, -122.083000
Richmond Transit Village: Partnerships in building housing: 37.935800, -122.348000
San Diego, CA: Reducing Parking in a Transit-Oriented Neighborhood: 32.717400, -117.163000
National City, CA: Strategies for Ensuring Broad Public Input: 32.678100, -117.099000
San Francisco: Transportation Demand Management: 37.779300, -122.419000
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San Diego Villa Encantada
San Diego Villa Encantada, Encanto Neighborhoods TOD
505 62nd Street California, United States of America
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San Mateo
San Mateo California, United States of America
San Mateo California, United States of America
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Redwood City Downtown
Redwood City Downtown Precise Plan
Redwood City California, United States of America
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East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan
East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan
Ravenswood California, United States of America
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City of San Mateo: Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Commute Alternatives
City of San Mateo: Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Commute Alternatives
San Mateo California, United States of America
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Redwood City Downtown
Redwood City Downtown Precise Plan
Redwood City California, United States of America
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Transform’s GreenTrip
Transform’s GreenTrip Certification
436 14th Street California, United States of America
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South San Francisco Station
South San Francisco Station Area Specific Plan
590 Dubuque Avenue California, United States of America
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East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan
East Palo Alto: Ravenswood / 4 Corners TOD Specific Plan
Ravenswood California, United States of America
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San Diego Villa Encantada
San Diego Villa Encantada, Encanto Neighborhoods TOD
505 62nd Street California, United States of America
The table above is listing 10 out of 18 markers (sorted by ID ascending)