On Friday, Google announced plans to expand its headquarters in Mountain View. The design, which would add about 2.5 million square feet to its existing campus, includes moveable biosphere-like canopies made of metal and glass, as well as parks and cafes that will be open to the public. We look at the impacts of the expansion on housing, jobs and traffic in Mountain View and the surrounding region.
Matt O'Brien, reporter for the San Jose Mercury News
Lenny Siegel, Mountain View city councilmember
Ken Rosenberg, Mountain View city councilmember
Louise Mozingo, professor and chair of landscape architecture and environmental planning, UC Berkeley