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Google, Facebook push back on housing, transit crisis

As the Bay Area’s housing and transportation crisis deepens, a few of the region’s biggest tech employers are taking matters into their own hands.

Menlo Park-based Facebook and Mountain View-based Google are starting to address the region’s foremost issues in housing and traffic. The two tech giants have committed to supporting or building permanent housing in their hometowns – a first in the region – each drawing up or promising master plans that would create new apartments and retail close to thousands of jobs.

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