The Goal.

A comprehensive effort to close the state’s growing “housing gap” by producing one million more homes in 10 years—a plan that expands resources for subsidized affordable housing, while also increasing production of market-rate housing near transit and jobs.

The Problem.

With supply falling far below demand, California needs to dramatically increase the supply of all types of housing, including affordable housing for low- and middle-income earners. State resources are constrained and communities face obstacles to building more homes close to jobs and transit.

FEATURED STORIES

April 18, 2017

Momentum building in San Diego as coalition pushes for workforce housing

High housing costs and the need to increase supply are uniting local groups often at odds Read More »

REPORTING

Los Angeles transportation needs more bang for buck
December 18, 2013

Los Angeles transportation needs more bang for buck

How far you get in LA less important than what you get to Read More »

How to make high-priced California housing more affordable - An action plan
November 05, 2013

How to make high-priced California housing more affordable - An action plan

The high costs of expensive housing Read More »

Plan for Valley looks to rewrite L.A.‘s car centrism
October 24, 2013

Plan for Valley looks to rewrite L.A.‘s car centrism

Revamped transit & housing plan for San Fernando Valley sets standard Read More »

So, how long is your commute?
October 23, 2013

So, how long is your commute?

Standing at the intersection of housing, jobs and transportation Read More »

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