Please join us Friday, June 7th in Room 204 of the Distance Learning Center Wing of the Urban Center at PSU
Speaker:Arlie Adkins, PhD Candidate in Urban Studies, PSU
Inaccessible Accessibility: low-income households and barriers to the “new American dream”
In many ways, the resurgence in demand for housing in highly accessible and walkable neighborhoods can be viewed as a triumph of planning and policy efforts to reinvest in walkable urban neighborhoods that support active travel. However, increased demand has resulted in price premiums that can make location-efficient housing choices more difficult for low-income households. This seminar introduces research that uses data from a survey of recent movers in six U.S. cities, including Portland, to explore the extent to which households of different economic means are able to choose housing locations that match their accessibility and transportation preferences.
This event is free and open to the public.
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