Comment 117756

By highasageorgiapine (registered) | Posted April 19, 2016 at 15:01:32 in reply to Comment 117755

in the sense that affordability has decreased in neighbourhoods that have good transit access and proximity to jobs, you are correct. the movement of individuals back to urban centres has forced many of the working poor away from services that they rely on and into the poorly planned and car-centric suburbs.

there are limited choices for those who are low-income, if you have money you can live in more walkable and transit friendly neighbourhoods. there are people who choose to live in these neighbourhoods and also use their personal vehicles a lot because they have the resources to make that choice.

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