The development that is rapidly transforming some areas of the city could actually be part of the solution to ensuring everyone benefits from the region’s economic transformation.
That’s the premise behind a report from the research institute PolicyLink—Equitable Development: The Path to an All-in Pittsburgh—which provides a roadmap for Pittsburgh to “not just imagine but actually build a different future,” says Sarah Treuhaft, director of equitable growth initiatives at PolicyLink.
. . . Based on that Pittsburgh-specific definition (which you can read in the full report), here are some of the recommendations: