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Housing & Transportation Affordability in Washington, DC

Housing & Transportation Affordability in Washington, DC

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Published by Reginald Bazile
A report, by the Center For Neighborhood Technology, funded by the DC government's Office of Planning [OP].
A report, by the Center For Neighborhood Technology, funded by the DC government's Office of Planning [OP].

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Housing +TransportationAordability inWashington, DC
Full Report
PREPARED BYTHE CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGYJULY 2011
©2011 CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGY 1
COVER: L’ENFANT PLAZA METRO
Photo by Andertho
 
Acknowledgments
This report was prepared by the Center or Neighborhood Technology, with many people andorganizations instrumental in its development.Funding or this research was provided by the District o Columbia’s Oce o Planning,with signicant direction and guidance rom Harriet Tregoning, Director, and Art Rodgers,Senior Housing Planner.The housing cost analyses incorporated in this work were conducted by Casey Dawkins,Research Associate at the National Center or Smart Growth and Associate Proessor in theUrban Studies and Planning Program at the University o Maryland. James Graham and Charlie Richman, both o the DC Oce o Planning, contributedextensive transit access analyses and data essential in this research, as well as valuable reviewo the technical research methods. Alex Block and Colleen Mitchell, also o the DC Oce o Planning, reviewed and provided signicant eedback on this report. Local data instrumentalin this research were provided by Michael Eichler and Robert Griths o the MetropolitanWashington Council o Governments.
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGY
CNT’s mission is to promote more livable and sustainable urban communities. For over30 years, the Center or Neighborhood Technology (CNT) has taken a holistic, solution-oriented approach that refects a commitment to both cities and nature. CNT is a creativethink-and-do tank that combines rigorous research and analysis with eective actions thatoer paths to scale. We have tackled a wide range o issues, always with an eye toward simul-taneously improving the environment, strengthening the economy, and advancing equity. Wework across disciplines and issues, including transportation and community development,energy, natural resources, and climate change.CNT has a strong reputation as a leader in promoting urban sustainability—the more eec-tive use o existing resources and community assets to improve the health o natural systemsand the wealth o people, today and in the uture. CNT is a recipient o the 2009 MacArthurAward or Creative and Eective Institutions.CNT has pioneered map-based tools that enable citizens, communities, service providers,and policymakers to communicate issues, understand needs, and create more eectiveimplementation plans or urban sustainability.More inormation about CNT is available at www.cnt.org.
©2011 CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGY 2

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