The Intersection Of Housing And Transportation
The National Housing Conference, Center for Housing Policy and its partners will explore the intersection of housing and transportation in Denver, Sept. 27-28, in a Partners in Innovation national symposium.
On Sept. 27, the topic will be "Including Affordable and Workforce Housing within Transit-Oriented Development," which will discuss the challenges and opportunities for developing and sustaining Transit-Oriented Development that includes housing opportunities affordable to working families and families with low- and moderate-incomes. Sponsors include the Ford Foundation, Home Depot Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the Surdna Foundation. (More here)
On Sept. 28, the topic turns to "Preserving Affordable Rental Housing Near Transit Policy Forum" and the examination of the connection between affordable rental housing preservation and transit. John D. and Catherin T. MacArthur Foundation is the sponsor. (More here)
Partners in Innovation is expected to attract state and local policymakers; for-profit and nonprofit housing developers; financiers and funders; community-based organizations; city and regional planners; transportation professionals; elected and appointed officials; housing and sustainability advocates; representatives from federal agencies; academics and many others.