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Large Community Case Study: Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor, Arlington, VA

Case study describes successful downtown redevelopment and transit-oriented development.

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2011

Suburban Blues

In some ways Long Island is similar to our suburban neighbors, but there are significant ways in which we’re worried about different things.

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2011

The Value of Public Education

Public colleges and universities provide affordable educational opportunities for many.

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2011

Residential Satisfaction and Downtown Development

A poll of Long Island residents, as well as residents of suburban northern New Jersey, Westchester and southern Connecticut suburbs.

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2011

The Island’s Emissions

We have a lot of work to do in order to reduce emissions by 2045.

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2011

Special Analysis: Getting It Done

Aligning Long Island’s development process with sustainable economic development

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2011

8,300 Acres

What’s the potential of underutilized property in our downtowns and around our rail stations?

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2011

The Power to Save

Long Islanders pay some of the highest public utility rates in the country.

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2011

What’s in the Water?

Protecting the quality of our water is critical to our future.

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2011

Permit Review Process and Downtown Development

A survey of Long Island local officials asking if our existing development review practices and regulations are aligned with the goal of developing more vibrant, mixed-use downtowns.

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2011

Small Community Case Study: Mission St. Revitalization, South Pasadena, CA

Case study describes successful downtown redevelopment and transit-oriented development.

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2011

Unaffordable Island

How do Long Island’s residents feel about housing costs and the exodus of our young adults?

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2011

Who Determines Our Property Taxes?

Long Islanders have some of the highest property taxes in the country and they are increasing at a faster rate than inflation.

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2011

A Lasting Legacy?

Our schools are highly separated. However, if we drew our districts at the town level, many of our differences would disappear.

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2011

How Healthy are We?

Insights on where Long Island’s health stands in comparison to others.

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2011

The Clock is Still Ticking

A video showcasing the key problems facing the region.

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2011

A Changing Population

Long Island’s population is changing.

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2011

Transit as a Catalyst for Redevelopment

System case study of Chicago’s Metra Union Pacific-Northwest Line

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2011

Train Ridership

Ridership on our trains has declined while others have increased. Why?

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2011

Regulatory Streamlining

A story of how breakthrough ideas became a reality in Silicon Valley.

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2011

Voices from the Region

Interviews detail the experiences of elected officials in creating successful community redevelopment projects on Long Island.

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2010

Long Island’s Population Balance

Long Island’s population balance has shifted.

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2010

Places to Grow

An analysis of the potential for transit-accessible housing and jobs in Long Island’s downtowns and station areas.

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2010

The Housing Equation

Long Island has too few affordable homes and the housing cost burden is too high.

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2010
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