Is Washington Ripe for Smart Growth?

Bruce Katz
Bruce Katz Founding Director of the Nowak Metro Finance Lab - Drexel University

October 25, 2004

This powerpoint illustrates the growth and development trends affecting the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. It summarizes the consequences of these trends and the reasons why decentralization is occurring. The powerpoint concludes by examining what the trends mean for state and local policy and offers a set of policy solutions to affect positive change.

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