Reinvesting in Pittsburgh’s Neighborhoods: The Case for Transit-Oriented Development

The Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group, a non-profit that advances neighborhood revitalization throughout the region, has released its report, Reinvesting in Pittsburgh’s Neighborhoods: The Case for Transit-Oriented Development.  

The report, commissioned by PCRG and developed by the Center for Transit-Oriented Development, identifies the potential that coordinated transit-oriented development (TOD) initiatives have to enhance Pittsburgh’s economic competitiveness; the value transit brings to the region; and the potential of leveraging both to make life more affordable and connect more people to jobs.  The report also warns of the impact of transit’s current funding crisis and calls for a realistic, actionable regional vision to advance transit and TOD.

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Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group

 

 

Teaser/Summary
The Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group identifies the potential transit-oriented development initiatives have to enhance the city’s economic competitiveness, make life more affordable and connect more people to jobs.

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