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Master's Theses and Project Reports

2013

Corridor-Level Planning

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Effects Of Transit-Oriented Development On Affordable Housing, Job Accessibility, And Affordability Of Transportation In The Metro Green Line Corridor Of Los Angeles (Ca), Audrey M. Desmuke Jun 2013

Effects Of Transit-Oriented Development On Affordable Housing, Job Accessibility, And Affordability Of Transportation In The Metro Green Line Corridor Of Los Angeles (Ca), Audrey M. Desmuke

Master's Theses and Project Reports

The premise of this study is that an understanding of catalysts and impacts of social and economic change in the Los Angeles Metro Green Line study corridor and an analysis of current planning policies can help identify how future planning policies may generate more ideal and positive outcomes for the study corridor. This study evaluated the conditions within the transit corridor with four selected station areas defined by a one-mile radius from each station. The stations that make up the transit corridor are along the Los Angeles Metro Green Line that runs east west between Redondo Beach and Norwalk. A ...