Smart Growth is Smart Economics: Sustainable Development in the Greater Richmond Region, SELC 2010

Sprawling development is costly to taxpayers and to household budgets, and it has increased drive times, traffic, and tailpipe pollution while leading to the rapid loss of Virginia’s farmland, natural areas, and open spaces. SELC’s transportation and land use experts are advocating policy reforms that will help reverse these trends and promote smart growth that better integrates where people live, work, and shop.

This report by Trip Pollard was released at PSG's River City Saunter in 2010.

Smart Growth is Smart Economics: Sustainable Development in the Greater Richmond Region

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