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Driven into Poverty: Walkable urbanism and the suburbanization of poverty
14.03.2013

The burdens of sprawl weigh heaviest on the poor...more and more of America’s low-income individuals now live in suburbs (or are being pushed there), a phenomenon the Brookings Institute has called “the suburbanization of poverty”.

There are many reasons suburbs make the experience of poverty worse, but first among them is that automobiles are really expensive.

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