Transit as Solution for Spatial Mismatch
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From the late 1980s, as the trend of suburbanization and welfare reform draw researchers and policymakerﾒs attention, the Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis had again brought into the field and raised discussion. Transportation, especially transit, have been noted as an important commuting mode for them. As the researchers and policymakers facilitated to transfer welfare participants into the labor market and improve the employment of low-income households, many policies and programs were promoted to improve the transit system. However, how did those policies and advocated transit system perform so far? This literature review aims at taking a look at previous researches and tries to answer this question.