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The Moving To Work project is part of the Great Communities Collaborative’s Regional Policy & Planning strategy. The main goal of this project is to link low-income workers, job support services, trainings, and employers to the Bay Area’s transit system.
Regional land use and transportation planning efforts incorporate a comprehensive economic and workforce development strategy that prioritizes creating quality jobs and improving job access for low-income people and communities.
The definitions of industries and places of opportunity that will be used as a baseline for the development of the first Regional Economic Prosperity Plan are informed by this project.
A larger number of employers, economic and workforce development practitioners recognize the importance of increasing transit access to middle-skill jobs and job…
List of Bay Area’s economic and workforce development plans
Urban Habitat and Reconnecting America reviewed over 50 economic development plans created for the Bay Area at the regional, sub-regional, and local scales.
Bay Area Job Growth 2040 by Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy/ABAG (February 2012) (link)
Historic and Projected Employment Trends in the Bay Area by Center for Transit-Oriented Development/ABAG (March 2012) (link)
Jobs-Housing Connection Scenario by ABAG (March 2012) (link)
The Urban Future of Work by SPUR (January 2012) (