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Cleaner air, housing options for urban, suburban and rural residents, improved transportation, a strong economy, better access to jobs, open space and recreation — these are the building blocks of a better future. Our goal is to leave a healthy and strong Bay Area for future generations. We need your input to build a prosperous and livable future for the Bay Area. 

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Plan Bay Area Open Forum is an online conversation that encourages Bay Area residents to be a part of the region’s planning efforts. Help guide the future of our region by getting involved in the conversation. The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) invite your comments. 

Read what others are saying and then tell us what YOU think!

When you post your first statement, you will be asked for your name, home address and e-mail address. This personal information is only used to identify statements from residents in and near the Bay Area — so that users know which statements are from local residents. As with any public comment process, participation in Plan Bay Area Open Forum is voluntary. For other opportunities to participate and have your voice heard, visit planbayarea.org/get-involved.html.

Weigh in and tell us how our Bay Area region should grow to promote a healthy and thriving economy and environment for all Bay Area residents. Help create the strong towns and cities our future generations deserve — each with their unique appeal and flavor.

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Plan Bay Area Open Forum is run by Peak Democracy, a non-partisan company whose mission is to broaden civic engagement and build public trust in government. When you subscribe, you will be taken to a website operated by Peak Democracy. Any information, including personal information, such as name, street address, and e-mail address, you provide to Plan Bay Area Open Forum is subject to Peak Democracy's privacy policy and Terms of Service, which we encourage you to review. Neither the Metropolitan Transportation Commission nor the Association of Bay Area Governments are responsible for Peak Democracy's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service and its use of personal information. Additionally, any comments you make are subject to public disclosure.