California Jumps On The Transit Community Bandwagon

Orange County, with little open land and high housing demand, broke ground on its first brownfield mass-transit-oriented development.
July 27, 2004, 9am PDT | Jeffrey Goodman
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Once known for its extensive light-rail system, Southern California sold its soul to the freeway almost sixty years ago. Now, from San Diego to Pasadena, transit communities are staging a comeback as new lines open opportunities for car-free living. A new development in Santa Ana, located next to a train depot, attempts to create urban neighborhoods in a suburban setting.

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Published on Monday, July 26, 2004 in The Los Angeles Times
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