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Creating Connected Communities: A Guidebook for Improving Transportation Connections for Low- and Moderate-Income Households in Small and Mid-Sized Cities
Katherine M. Ońˇ╗Regan (fr)
This report seeks to bridge the housing-transportation gap by crafting an easy-to-read, illustrated guide for local decision-making officials and other interested groups in small-sized and mid-sized cities. It will help community leaders better understand and articulate the range of benefits they can realize by integrating a multimodal transportation system with affordable housing and by addressing the challenges that small-sized and mid-sized cities face in improving mobility and accessibility for their residents. By preserving existing affordable housing and planning new affordable housing in places where residents have opportunities to walk, bicycle, and take transit to get to work, school, health care, shopping, and parks, residents can thrive whether they own one car, two cars, or no car. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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