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Title:Equitable Transit Oriented Development
Author(s):Choi, Hyun Shik
Contributor(s):Lee, Bumsoo
Subject(s):transit oriented development
affordable housing
equitable transit oriented development
Geographic Coverage:Atlanta, GA
Denver, CO
Detroit, MI
Pittsburgh, PA
Portland, OR
Sacramento, CA
Salt Lake City, Utah
St. Louis, MO
Abstract:In this paper, empirical studies are adopted on different Equitable Transit Oriented Developments (ETOD) 8 different cities. This paper examines two hypotheses. The first is that ETOD has unique socio-economic patterns than traditional Transit Oriented Developments. ETODs are designed to have affordable housing to accommodate different people in different socio-economic groups. The second hypothesis is that ETODs function as effectively as Transit Oriented Developments. The collected data shows that two hypotheses are not rejected; ETODs had a unique pattern of socio-economic characteristics while being as effected as traditional Transit Oriented Developments.
Issue Date:2019
Series/Report:MUP Capstone
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/105536
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-11-19


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