Four Ways to Address Food Insecurity through Transportation Improvements

Residents recently described challenges with transportation and food insecurity to a team of Urban researchers.

The Community Reinvestment Act Faces Major Changes, but Regulators Are Not Aligned

Regulators, banks, and community advocates all agree that the Community Reinvestment Act could better support low-income communities.

Cities Losing Population Could Still Be Gaining Households

Population counts don’t show everything cities should know about their housing needs.

When Targeting Food Insecurity, Don’t Forget Teens and College Students

School resuming after the holidays can be a welcome return for young people facing food insecurity.

A New Tool Can Help Assess Opportunity Zone Investments’ Social Impacts

Opportunity Zone regulations allow a broad range of uses and do not require investments to benefit residents.

Three Tips for Planning Community Events to Prepare for the 2020 Census

The census has wide-reaching implications for the allocation of resources and our knowledge of America’s communities.

Confidence and Empowerment Are Key to Safe Sex

An innovative sex education program may be changing teens’ beliefs about healthy relationships.

Four Lessons from Minnesota Can Inform the Eviction Crisis Debate

Introduced last week, the Eviction Crisis Act proposes creating or testing interventions to help keep families in their homes.

Tackling Systemic Barriers in Northeast Buffalo to Help Break Cycles of Poverty

A partnership in Northeast Buffalo combines services for kids and their parents.

Live Blog: Urban’s First “Research-A-Thon” Explores Public Housing and Proximity to Jobs

What could we learn from dramatically accelerating the research publishing process?