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Graphic depicting key elements of the Health Impact Assessment Report entitled Houston Transit-Oriented Development which includes icons related to the following: Safe and affordable public transit; people living in poverty; Urban; Primary research; reliable transportation

Houston Transit-Oriented Development

Texas Southern University conducted an HIA to examine the health impacts of possible development patterns that could occur in the neighborhood near a planned station on a 30-mile, five-corridor light rail expansion. Transit-oriented development generally includes high-density housing and a mix of shopping choices near transit stops in order to encourage use of public transportation. […]