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Do we really need mass transit to limit our dependence on cars?

Yingling Fan provides recommendations after completing study on transit-oriented development. Fan is an associate professor in the Urban and Regional Planning area of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

About a third of the 24 developers interviewed said they considered mass transit an important factor in location. But if the site proved more expensive than otherwise, or if there would be more red tape involved than with another location, they weren't interested.

June 11, 2013

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