Woodward group gets land institute money

The Woodward Avenue Action Association (WA3) just got a big boost to their newest project, the “Transform Woodward: Woodward Avenue Linear City” project.

That aid comes in the form of a $15,000 grant from the Urban Land Institute. What will the money be used for? Supporting transit-oriented development along the Woodward Corridor. WA3 plans to use the money to convene a task force, who will identify land use, zoning and master plan changes needed to bring mass transit along M-1.


The money will be used to fund research for land use strategies and to conduct policy education, among other uses.

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