From Driving More to Driving Less: Assisting with Implementation of Senate Bill 743 Under the California Environmental Quality Act

Case studies exploring how to estimate additional driving (Vehicle Miles Traveled)  resulting from land development and adding highway lanes and possible ways to mitigate that additional driving, in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act. 


Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg, SB 743's sponsor, describes the reasons for introducing SB 743, building on prior compact growth efforts and challenges CEQA presented for infill and redevelopment and approval of transit and active transportation projects

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The case studies, summaries of the case studies and other materials generated in the course of the project are in the process of final editing.  They will be posted here as the reviews are completed.