Tag: transit-oriented development

What Makes a Good Transit System

I am a daily transit user and I generally like the system in the DC metro area.  I don’t live far from a station, there is ample parking (this is a HUGE deal as this wasn’t always the case) and I don’t have to transfer lines when I’m on the train.  For me, these are

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Development, Housing Affordability, and Gentrification: Utilizing the Tools (Part 3 of 3)

This is the final post in a three –part series that explores gentrification as an ‘unintended consequence’ of the (re)development of a place, and identifies innovative tools that cities are using to address the overlapping issues of mobility and affordability. The previous blog posts (part 1 and part 2) in the series highlighted some of

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