Edited by Emily Talen
Chapter 11: The future of urbanism
Researchers should investigate the regulatory and non-regulatory barriers to transit-oriented and infill development. To what extent would removal of these barriers reduce GHG emissions, improve air quality, and address housing affordability? More research is needed on the implications of zoning reform and its effectiveness at mitigating serious problems facing communities. We need more assessment of the viability of mixed-use development in neighborhood development projects. What factors lead to success? There is an urgent need to evaluate autonomous vehicles and various forms of shared-use mobility to better understand the impact on good urbanism.
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