Aparkalypse Now II
Seven years ago when San Francisco was thus adrift, I turned my eyes eastward, toward the office of Allan Jacobs, the all-knowing-all-being-master-of-San Francisco planning. Jacobs directed the city's planning department during the 1960s and 70s, at the dawn of San Francisco's transit-first revolution. He now chairs U.C. Berkeleys department of regional and city planning.
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