San Mateo County rethinks funding affordable housing by cutting transit

Instead, the board decided to return in May for more discussions about affordable housing allocations after a thoughtful discussion about budget options.  A subcommittee with Supervisors Horsley and Pine will meet separately to review options.
Supervisors Pine and Slocum taking a fresh look at the plan to spend $40 million on a parking garage in downtown Redwood City. Incomplete evidence suggests that 70% or more of County employees may be driving to work – there may be opportunities to help more employees commute without driving and reduce the need for expensive structured parking.

MidPen affordable housing in City of San Mateo Rail Corridor area