D. Taylor Reich

Contributing Fellow
D.C. Policy Center

Taylor Reich (they/them) is a native Arlingtonian. Though they are a research associate at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, where they work to improve indicators for measuring sustainable mobility in developing cities, their publications here are not affiliated with ITDP in any way. See their website for more of their work.

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Written By D. Taylor Reich

Transportation is more than traffic: Measuring the impact of development on walkability

D.C. has expanded the way it evaluates developments’ impact on walkability. What does that mean, why does it matter, and how could the evaluation be even more nuanced?   Major real estate developments change the walkability of a neighborhood. Not only do new developments create new destinations that people walk to, they…

August 15, 2019 | D. Taylor Reich