- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: January 2015
In this article, Craig Adelman from the Low Income Investment Fund explains how one study helped to grow the momentum toward these actions. L.A. Metro is proposing to work in partnership with local communities to protect and create affordable housing near transit in the name of ridership and the environment. How did L.A. make this happen?
Keywords: case study; data; case study; environmental impact; equity; funding; housing; implementation; Los Angeles; mixed-income housing; partnerships; public engagement; case study; public-private partnerships; Social Equity; transit-oriented development; affordable housing
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