Transit-Oriented Development: Setting the Bar and Incentives for Affordability

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Exploring the innovative approaches California has taken to address issues of inequality through transit-oriented development, a new article by Shelterforce describes LIIF’s partnership with Enterprise Community Partners and the Center for Transit-Oriented Development that analyzed the value of equitable growth around transit.

Additionally, Shelterforce emphasizes the importance and impact of transit investments in low-income communities.

“There is a symbiotic relationship between diverse neighborhoods and successful transit: transit systems benefit from and depend on the racial and economic diversity of the neighborhoods that they serve, just as low-income households, people of color and renters depend on benefit from living in neighborhoods served by transit.”

More Information:

  • Read the Shelterforce blog post
  • Learn more about LIIF’s work in TOD