RPA: Make New York More Affordable By Toppling Barriers to Housing Near Regional Rail

Suburban governments can help relieve the New York region's housing crunch by allowing more compact developmemnt near regional rail stops, according to a report released today by the Regional Plan Association. [PDF

RPA found that at 20 percent of regional rail stations outside New York City only single-family homes are allowed, to the exclusion of all other housing. 

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