Greenway Paradox: Effects of the Somerville Community Path Extension on Adjacent NeighborhoodsCollins, Lydia
Greenways are an increasingly common urban development tool for cities as economic drivers and active transit facilitators. These corridors have various benefits as they add an ecological, social, and economic asset to a community. However, the addition of greenways has also been proven to alter other demographic factors including increasing adjacent rental rates and changing neighborhood racial a... read more
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