Find out how transportation issues like commuting, public transit, and alternative vehicles affect real estate professionals.
Millennials’ preference for bicycles and alternative transit revitalizes metro areas.
Realtors® from across the country gathered today to discuss the effects of traffic and commuting on homebuying.
This video contains Dr. Anthony Downs's full talk about traffic congestion and smart growth.
This video contains highlights of Dr. Anthony Downs's talk about traffic congestion and smart growth.
A new report determines that transit-oriented development works best when municipalities define a specific plan for the community.
New research reveals that during the last recession, housing values performed 42 percent better on average if they were located near public transportation with high-frequency service.
A study released by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and NAR reveals that during the last recession, residential property values performed 41 percent better on average if they were located near public transportation with high-frequency service.
About 600,000 Americans travel 90-plus minutes each way—more than 50 miles—to get from home to work each day, according to a new U.S. Census Bureau report.
"Transit-oriented development" gives homeowners more options for how they live their daily lives.
REALTOR® associations have long known that people frequently make housing choices based on proximity to transportation. That’s why REALTOR® associations across the country are educating about, and advocating for, public transportation.