COVID-19 triggered major changes to the Bay Area way of life. Transportation, housing, jobs, business, recreation – everything defining the Bay Area has been profoundly impacted. This is happening everywhere, but the Bay Area in particular is known for adaptability, creativity, and innovation, and is a leader in sustainability. In this Bay Planning Coalition (BPC) conference, regional experts share forward-thinking views on reset opportunities for the economy and infrastructure in a post-COVID era. Joining the conversation are:
- Bruce Cain, Stanford University
- Laura Kennedy, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants and President of Bay Planning Coalition Board of Directors
- Matt Maloney, Metropolitan Transportation Commission
- Sean Randolph, Bay Area Council Economic Institute
This conference is a rescheduled iteration of the Bay Planning Coalition's December Annual Meeting, which was postponed in 2020. The discussion also sets the stage for the BPC's Spring Summit, which will be held on June 4th, 2021.