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Can Local Affordability Considerations Further Segregation?

There is growing momentum in the housing field to consider local affordability in the siting of new publicly subsidized low-income housing projects. Although these considerations may be well…

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Funding Housing Sustainably: The Promise of California Cap and Trade

by Oriya Cohen
California has a severe housing shortage. Because of steady population and job growth, poor planning, and local land-use processes that often stifle development, more than half of the…

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The Distribution of Location-Efficient LIHTC Housing

Is Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) housing built in location-efficient areas (i.e., neighborhoods or sites accessible to everyday destinations)? Arlie Adkins and his colleagues analyze this…

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Transportation Advantages Can Allow Redevelopment without Gentrification in Shrinking Cities

Redevelopment can occur without causing gentrification in shrinking cities, according to J. Rosie Tighe and Joanna P. Ganning in Housing Policy Debate. Focusing on cities that lost at least 17…

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Connecting Housing and Transportation: Strategies for Small and Medium-Sized Cities

Particularly in small and medium-size cities, local leaders and other stakeholders need strategies to connect low- and moderate-income households with access to jobs and other essential services….

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Does Living Along a Busy Highway Increase Premature Births?

A natural experiment on the impacts of traffic congestion has provided new evidence of the detrimental effects of living in unhealthy environments. When new E-ZPass lanes were planned and…

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The Cost of Long Commutes for Bay Area Workers & Environment

In places where residents must look to the outer fringe to afford housing, the combined cost of housing and transportation more accurately reflects households’ core costs of living there. In…

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