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Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Beyond Boston

While it is largely recognized that there is a strong demand for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) housing in Boston, there is also growing demand in outlying communities that offer commuter rail and active bus systems. The high cost of housing in Boston is pushing households to seek less expensive locations, but many still want the benefits of living in an urban area, in...

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Supporting Equitable Transit-Oriented Development

While it makes good planning sense to promote transit-oriented development (TOD) housing, there is also a need to ensure that the very households who most benefit from public transportation can afford to live in locations where it is easily accessible, that is, equitable transit-oriented development, or eTOD. Recently, the growing demand for TOD housing has been driving up...

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