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Public officials and urban planners implement smart growth policies to reduce car usage and air pollution by creating dense urban environments. These policies actually worsen traffic congestion and air pollution. They also drive housing prices and costs of living higher.
Jay Kingham Senior Research Fellow in International Regulatory Affairs
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