Understanding why the region grapples with unequal access to TOD | Greater Greater Washington

June 14, 2022
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On June 14, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Twenty years after the Revitalization Act, the District of Columbia is a different city, was cited by Greater Greater Washington:

High-income earners eventually started returning to the city, and so did the jobs, according to a DC Policy Center study. Growth in DC, according to the DC Policy Center, was driven by young people between the ages of 25-35 in the early 2000s. Areas like Fairfax, Montgomery, and Prince George’s also experienced huge spikes in population growth. And TOD sprouted up in places throughout the District as more and more people wanted to be able to walk to their destinations.

Read more: Understanding why the region grapples with unequal access to TOD | Greater Greater Washington

Related: Twenty years after the Revitalization Act, the District of Columbia is a different city | D.C. Policy Center

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