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... 105 As discussed in Section 2, each corridor type can be distinguished by its combination of people and place factors. The various combinations of these characteristics, and the degree to which these combinations are consistent with and mutually reinforce each other, help determine the quality of transit corridor livability.
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... 106 Livable Transit Corridors: Methods, Metrics, and Strategies Figure E-1. Mixed-income housing (place)
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... People and Place Livability Combinations 107 corridor access to government services (place) , and social services (people)
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... 108 Livable Transit Corridors: Methods, Metrics, and Strategies Figure E-4. Vibrant and accessible community, cultural, and recreational opportunities factor combinations.

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