Census and Experts Confirm Death of Sprawl in US | Sustainable Cities Collective

“The United States has reached an historic moment. The exurban development explosion that defined national growth during the past two decades has come to a screeching halt, according to the latest US Census figures. Only 1 of the 100 highest-growth US communities of 2006—all of them in sprawled areas—reported a significant population gain in 2011, prompting Yale economist Robert Shiller to predict suburbs overall may not see growth ‘during our lifetimes.’”

Census and Experts Confirm Death of Sprawl in US | Sustainable Cities Collective.

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