Americans increasingly support transit oriented development. They value the opportunity to more fully integrate lifestyle with mobility options, and they are rethinking priorities when deciding where to live and how to travel for work and play. Evidence of this trend includes support for changes in land use and zoning regulations in their communities and a … Continued
CTS Research Brief 2012-05 – Through this study, researchers aim to help policymakers by identifying groups with positive or negative expectations for transit induced neighborhood change and proposing population-specific solutions for improving social equity.
This second edition of the biennial Urban Land Institute community survey, America in 2015 takes the pulse of our country. ULI conducts the survey to illuminate a core question for every American: what do we want in our communities? America in 2015 describes a nation where generally high levels of overall satisfaction partially mask differences … Continued