The Alamedan: EXTRA: Who will live at Alameda Point?, March 25, 2014


City leaders are working on a plan that they hope will help them blunt rush-hour traffic to and from Alameda Point. One strategy: Attract residents who don’t want to drive. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has put together a briefing book detailing methods of attracting non-drivers to transit-oriented developments like what’s proposed for the Point; it contains a rundown on different homeowners’ market segments – and on which ones are most likely to live in developments that discourage drivers. Here’s the commission’s list of resident types – and the breakdown of who is and isn’t likely to come.