How transportation and housing are interconnected

09/10/2013 | University of California, Berkeley

Housing policy and transportation policy are inextricably linked, and they should be addressed together, writes Stephen Menendian, assistant director of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society. "Transportation infrastructure is the critical linkage that connects families and individuals to areas of employment and education," he writes. "Employment opportunities are the main reason that families move residence. Access to transportation defines and limits where families are able to live."

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