More than development. Norwalk redevelopment.

Urban Efficiency

In another article in The Atlantic by Richard Florida, the economic efficiencies of communities that enable biking, walking, and transit are highlighted.  With gasoline well over $4/gallon for a sustained period now, the ‘pocketbook’ point doesn’t need a lot of elaboration, but the article also elaborates on the wider economic inefficiency of car-dependent communities which have had the highest foreclosure rates in the country, and whose ripple effects extend to American taxpayers and the general economic health of society.