California Wants to Make Living near the Freeway Less Toxic

As many Americans move toward big-city cores and population density surges, housing and infill developments are wedging into every nook and cranny of urban topography—including in long-neglected pockets right next to freeways and busy commuter routes. Going urban is often pitched as a healthier way of living because these infill developments cut commute times and […]

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Jammie Smelser

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