Spatial Mismatch

  • Op-Ed: Connecting more people to work in Greater New Haven

    [Excerpt] Another interesting point to make a note of is that the number of positions accessible by bicycle is greater than the number of positions accessible by public transportation. This indicates that it is also worthwhile to think about improving the current condition of bike routes and bike rack-equipped transit systems, so that both biking and public transit (or the two combined, as bikes can reduce workers’ time getting to or from bus stops) are more on par with private automobiles.

    May 21, 2014

  • Transit Access Dixwell New Haven Regional Plan DataHaven

    Walk to work, or take a bus? New jobs access maps show where you can

    Update 5/27/14: Please see the Connecticut Mirror for a new op-ed by DataHaven Urban Fellow Deanna Song, "Connecting More People to Work in Greater New Haven," which explores job access scenarios in greater detail.

    April 24, 2014

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