The Hidden Costs of Non-Walkable Housing

An Urban Land Institute study in the Boston area found that:
“What we have too frequently thought is that you can get an affordable house if you drive until you qualify, but if you then overlay the costs of transportation, they get very high,’’ said Henry Cisneros, secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Clinton administration and a board member at the institute, a research group based in Washington, D.C.
There is a reason walkable neighborhoods are more expensive...