Land identified by the county is next to freight lines and other environmental hazards. Some land is on tiny, irregular parcels, which often are far from utilities and services.
Health Impact Assessment: California’s SB 375 and Its Impact on Kern County’s Disadvantaged Unincorporated Communities and Low Income Urban Neighborhoods
Executive Summary California’s landmark climate change law, Senate Bill 375 (SB 375), directs Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) to develop and incorporate a Sustainable Community Strategy (SCS) in their Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The SCS must set forth a forecasted development (housing and employment growth) pattern that, when integrated with the region’s transportation networks and […]