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2016 GGSD Forum - Session 2: Presentation by Mrs. Elena Irwin, Environmental & Urban Economist, Ohio State University, United States

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U.S. Trends in Urban Expansion

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2016 GGSD Forum - Session 2: Presentation by Mrs. Elena Irwin, Environmental & Urban Economist, Ohio State University, United States

  1. 1. U.S. Trends in Urban Expansion Elena Irwin Ohio State University Prepared for Plenary Session 2: “Urban Sprawl, A Remaining Challenge,” OECD GREEN GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FORUM 2016 November 9-10, 2016
  2. 2. New Single Family Residential Housing by Decade, 1950-2014 Data source: Corelogic Data source: Corelogic
  3. 3. Reference Map for Urban Sprawl Analysis New Single Family Housing Outside Urban Areas in Large US Metros (> 1 Million), 1996-2014
  4. 4. Count of New Single Family Housing in Large U.S. Metros by Distance from Urbanized Area Boundary Data sources: U.S. Census, Corelogic Time period % Total New Housing Outside Urban Area or Urban Cluster 1996-2000 21% 2001-2005 46% 2006-2009 55% 2010-2014 58% 2000 Urban Area and Urban Cluster boundaries held constant over all time periods
  5. 5. Proportion of New Single Family Housing in Large U.S. Metros by Distance from Urbanized Area Boundary Data sources: U.S. Census, Corelogic Time period % Total New Housing Outside Urban Area or Urban Cluster 1996-2000 21% 2001-2005 46% 2006-2009 55% 2010-2014 58% 2000 Urban Area and Urban Cluster boundaries held constant over all time periods

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