Brief Blueprint for the Next Generation of Place-Based Policy: Policy Example—Transportation
Yonah Freemark, Harriet Tregoning, Gabi Velasco
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This policy example outlining a new approach to federal transportation policy is a companion to the report A Blueprint for the Next Generation of Federal Place-Based Policy. The blueprint offers a two-step process for policy analysis and program design that starts with high-level, analytical questions that help provide the aspirational framework for then addressing a series of specific design decisions. By offering recommendations across key design decisions, this policy example illustrates how equity-focused, place-based federal transportation policy and grant resources could reverse adverse environmental and social outcomes, and expand mobility for the most vulnerable U.S. residents.

Research Areas Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Climate, disasters, and environment Land use
Tags Infrastructure Federal urban policies Climate mitigation, sustainability, energy and land use Environmental quality and pollution Transportation Inequality and mobility
Policy Centers Research to Action Lab