Study questions role of rail in transit-oriented development

06/10/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

Proximity to rail stations would appear to be a key factor in lower auto ownership in transit-oriented developments, but when controlling for other factors, planner Daniel Chatman of the University of California-Berkeley found that the importance of that proximity dissipates. Aspects such as density, smaller and rental housing, lack of parking availability and good bus service seem to be more important.

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