Over the last 30 years, employment has spread from city centers to auto-centric, low-density office parks. Today’s most difficult questions about growth management lie at the intersection of economic development and land use planning. How can we shift the location of jobs to places served by transit? And how do we do this in a way that strengthens innovation and economic dynamism, leads to job growth, and increases the prosperity of our region?
This initiative is generously supported by grants from the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation and Gerbode Foundation.
Lead staff: Egon Terplan, Regional Planning Director, email@example.com
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