Earlier this month, Sightline Senior Research Associate Margaret Morales comprehensively broke down how Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) could significantly change driving habits and reduce the carbon footprints produced by single-family neighborhoods.
Public News Service picked up on the piece and produced a segment on its website. Margaret was interviewed for the segment, which you can listen to in its entirety below. Among her comments: “Single-family zoning is like this mandate against walking. It’s this mandate that kind of requires you to get in your car. It’s this outdated way of thinking about how cities and communities function.”