Corridor Concepts

The insight2050 Corridor Concepts study explores more walkable/compact neighborhoods and high-capacity transit along five representative routes to help communities make informed decisions about housing, transportation, and economic development. Click here for more information.

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Lancaster discovers it’s a trendsetter in affordable housing

March 20th, 2020|Comments Off on Lancaster discovers it’s a trendsetter in affordable housing

Mike Pettit, economic development director for the City of Lancaster, had never heard of “missing middle” housing or Opticos, the California-based design firm that coined the term. But he knew what his city needed in [...]

Insight2050 Academy on affordable housing design to be rescheduled

March 20th, 2020|Comments Off on Insight2050 Academy on affordable housing design to be rescheduled

The Spring 2020 insight2050 Academy on affordable housing is the latest postponement amid efforts to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. The Academy was scheduled for the mornings of April 3, 10, and 17, with planning and [...]

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insight2050 Phase I Impact Report Released

It may be difficult to believe, but it has been two years since we first launched insight2050!

We have accomplished a lot so far and during this milestone it is important to reflect on the progress we have made together. It is in that spirit we share our insight2050 Phase I Impact Report.

The Impact Report highlights the achievements, outreach, and various work we have accomplished during the first phase of insight2050, which ran through June 2015.

Your input has been instrumental to the success of this collaborative initiative, and we hope you remain engaged as we introduce some exciting new tools and resources. Please stay informed on our progress by visiting getinsight2050.org.