In fall of 2012, SRTC partnered with the Spokane Regional Health District to bring urban economist Dena Belzer to Spokane to look at the possibility of implementing urban corridors in our area, roadways that can accomodate more services, businesses and restaurants, as well as offer housing nearby and public transit for residents and employees to get in and out of the area.
Belzer took a good look at the relationship between transportation and economic development while here, and came up with some insights that might surprise you. A reporter from The Inlander attended one of the events featuring Belzer and wrote this article.
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