public land

June 23, 2015

Housing + Transit

WHAT DO TRANSIT AGENCIES NEED, WHAT CAN THEY DO, FOR EQUITABLE TOD? By Linda Wheaton, HCD NPH’s June Brown Bag Workshop, presented by Linda Wheaton from HCD, Heather Hood of Enterprise, Abby Thorne-Lyman of BART, and Nathan Landau of AC Transit highlighted that ridership and revenue are top transit agency priorities. Affordable housing is a studied means to increase ridership. Examples of stakeholder-identified needs prioritize the customer experience with service integration, bus rapid transit, pedestrian & bicycle access improvements, transit-oriented development (TOD) and passenger information systems. Panelists noted the Federal Transit Administration’s New Starts program includes provisions in both the land use and…
August 3, 2015

Public Land for Public Good Fact Sheet

Check out NPH’s latest AB 2135 Fact Sheet for more information on: utilizing public land for affordable housing production, background details on the State Surplus Land Act, how AB 2135 amended the statute, and what you can do to make sure that these laws regarding public land are followed!
April 1, 2017

Public Land for Public Good

This important concept of ‘public land for public good’ drives EBHO’s work in Oakland to inform a policy for the use and disposition of city-owned land, including Coliseum City and the Oak Knoll Naval Hospital property. Please join EBHO and Citywide Network partners on April 1st at a community forum where residents can share public land goals and asks with the City.   To RSVP, please contact Adlemy Garcia at adlemy@ebho.org