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New study shows again that increased investments in public transit spur local economies

U-Cal and Rugers scholars say investments in public transit pay off exponentially
As reported by The Atlantic, a new study to be released through Urban Studies show that city density spurred by transit can have a range of positive impacts on the economy including estimated wage increases ranging between $1.5 million and $1.8 billion per metropolitan area for every 10 cent increase transit investments. Read more from The Atlantic here or directly from Urban Studies here.
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