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People in Transit-Rich Neighborhoods Don't Spend Less on Transportation
A study was done to see how location to transit impacts the amount you spend on transportation in a year - this article explains the findings.
The Housing, Policy, and Debate study showed almost no relationship between housing location and transit with transportation cost.
Information from a decade-long study with a group of families was used to find that across the board, it the times that they moved, transportation costs were not affected enough to conclude there is a strong correlation between transportation costs and living near transit.
Population density, walkability, employment density and neighborhood compactness did not affect transportation costs significantly either.
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