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LOS ANGELES-UCLA study the 2013 Livable Communities Report: A Call to Action has identified transit corridors as the ideal location to develop new workforce housing that could help shrink Los Angeles’ housing affordability issues. In a “call to action,” the report uses six demographic and market issue categories, which are population, housing density, income, employment, transit ridership and land values, to rank the development potential of 104 station areas. The results showed these areas offer the best affordable housing development opportunities.

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