Contributing writer for The Atlantic Cities, Miller-McCune, GOOD, The Christian Science Monitor, & New York Times, May 29, 12.
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Director of the graduate Real Estate Program at University of Michigan; Founding Partner of the Arcadia Land Company, May 29, 12.
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A symposium about Houston's Transit Future explored the value of transit and the diversion of transit tax money to roads etc
Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 12.
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Matt Dietrichson, Mar 13, 12.
The use of car sharing programs has increased dramatically over the last few years, and this may be due to a fundamental shift in perceptions of car ownership.
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 20, 12.
Several individuals are reinvigorating walkability in Denver, and are conscious of the build environment's impact.
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