“Zip Code Is a Better Predictor of Health”
2. US Racial Residential Segregation
2.1. Suburbanization in the 20th Century
2.2. Determinants of Racial Residential Segregation
2.3. Urban Planning and Residential Zoning
3. US Light Rail Transit Developments and Gentrification
3.1. Historical Snapshot of Public and Private Transportation
3.2. Land Value Uplift and Light Rail Transit
3.3. Defining Gentrification and Transit-Induced Gentrification
3.4. Research Examining Transit-Induced Gentrification
4. Health Impacts and Consequences of Gentrification
4.1. Health Outcomes and Health Determinants
4.2. Geographically-Patterned Inequities and Inequalities
5. Implications for Future Transit-Oriented Developments
Conflicts of Interest
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