Data and maps can help tell the story of why our communities matter and where we need to prioritize our investments to make sure everyone has access to the people, places and things they need to thri…
We're co-convening a virtual conversation to engage a global audience of corporate, philanthropic, government, and nonprofit citizens in an important discussion regarding the future of cities.
Amy Chung describes how we are working with lenders, nonprofit advocates, metropolitan organizations and many other groups to explore how we can help move equitable transit-oriented development initi…
Living Cities believes that Equitable TOD strategies need to be intentional about maximizing benefit and minimizing harm to low-income communities.
We are thrilled to launch “ The Network Effect: The Living Cities Perspective in 2012.
We are pleased to release a strategic assessment of the Partnership for Sustainable Communities, an example of how governments are enabling fresh approaches to tough problems.
We are learning more about what can be done to advance equitable TOD and the capital, policy and implementation challenges.
The $50 million revolving Bay Area loan fund will provide early-stage financing for housing and mixed-use developments in mixed-income TOD communities.
Limited public budgets have pushed advocates to call for a deeper understanding of the policy and financing tools necessary to create mixed-income transit-oriented communities.
Living Cities is supporting efforts in the Twin Cities to leverage the creation of new light rail lines as part of a larger transit-oriented development (TOD) strategy in the region to connect people…
A people-based approach to equitable transit-oriented development is a holistic plan for addressing the needs of its residents, beyond the hard infrastructure.
Equitable Transit-Oriented Development requires making explicit the various economic aspects of development focused on the build-out of transit, especially the trade-offs to making it more equitable.
The strength of the collaboration to re-imagine and reinvent Detroit is encouraging.
The Corridors of Opportunity initiative’s focus on equitable transit-oriented development has now been incorporated into the strategy of five government funds.