Where will everybody live?
How the USA copes with unprecedented growth in the next 3½ decades is about more than location. It's about how we live.
Book metioned in article:Can the USA, which trails only China and India in population, absorb another 100 million people in such a short time? Where will everybody live? Space itself isn't the issue. More than half of Americans live within 50 miles of the Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf and Great Lakes coasts on just a fifth of the country's land area,...
Among the ways the nation can absorb the next 100 million: Discussion points
Rail lines and transit villages
This Land: The Battle Over Sprawl and the Future of America by Anthony Flint.
Anybody read it yet ?
Haya El Nasser, the USA TODAY reporter has done a good job covering urban issue.
This article was the cover story, decent in raising the issues however brief.
Teaser title changed. Please, no teasers outside of the FAC.