Studying Sprawl

René Ammann
7. October 2019
Aerial view of Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, which voted last year to eliminate single-family zoning in order to increase affordable housing and density. (Photo: Michael Adams/Wikimedia Commons)

Share of the 200 cities with 100,000 or more people — such as Dhaka, Hong Kong, Kinshasa, and Minneapolis-St. Paul — tracked by the Urban Expansion Program at New York University where sprawl has outpaced densification: 155
 

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