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SF Bay Area and DC Regional Case Studies on Transportation Reform

Date Published: September 2014

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This report summarizes key lessons learned from these two regions where advocates, philanthropy, the public sector and private entrepreneurs have created powerful coalitions to make transportation investments work better for people, places and the environment. 

Keywords: Washington DC; case study; data; infrastructure; report; transit-oriented development; Bay Area; implementation

 

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  • Sustainable Communities Learning Network
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