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  • October 17, 2016 | Beyond Chron

    Affordable Transportation and Affordable Housing Need to Go Hand-in-Hand

    Affordable transportation and affordable development together form the foundation of an affordable Pittsburgh. One is not possible without the other. PolicyLink, in partnership with Public Allies, Urban Innovation 21 released the study, Equitable Development: The Path to an All-In Pittsburgh,...

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  • October 13, 2016 | Bike PGH

    Transportation and The Vision For An Affordable Pittsburgh

    In desirable cities throughout the nation, rents and home prices are rising. Creating and preserving affordable housing has become a major policy focus as residents are displaced from their communities in cities across America.  While the cost of housing is important, the overall cost of...
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  • September 29, 2016 | Curbed

    How 4 cities are using manufacturing to build equitable economies

    A new report from the Equitable Innovation Economies Initiative argues industry can foster diverse, dynamic growth. Many cities are discovering that not only can manufacturing be a key part of building the urban economy, it can also be an engine for improving economic equity and supporting...
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  • September 29, 2016 | Downstream

    It’s a Housing Night in Pittsburgh

    Housing is transit-related.  And hunger-related.  Housing is a health care issue and an environmental issue.  It affects LGBTQ communities and realtor associations.  It’s a human right and an exclusive privilege.  It’s out of reach for refugees and American-born veterans.  Housing is the vast...

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