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CityLab University: Zoning Codes

Don’t know your R1 from your FAR? We’re here to explain how zoning laws work, how these ordinances shape your city and neighborhood, and why we fight over them.
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How Zoning Restrictions Make Segregation Worse

A new study identifies the precise ways that stricter land use regulations lead to greater divides.
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MapLab: The Zoning Data Revolution is Here

Now, new datasets and maps are shining a light on the opaque laws that dictate the way we live.
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New Studies Provide Further Evidence That Zoning Reforms Work

Luckily, we know how to make housing cheaper—build a lot more of it. 
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