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CaRDI Report #17

NYS's Smart Growth Public Infrastructure Policy Act of 2010: Implementation and Significance for Local Government

Mar 1, 2015

Issue Number 17 / May 2015
By Heidi Mouillesseaux-Kunzman [1], David Kay [1], Eleanor Andrews [2], Zoe McAlear [3], and Russell Glynn [3]

Smart growth is a response to sprawl that has been increasingly implemented in policy over the past several decades. As an example of this policy innovation, New York State enacted the Smart Growth Public Infrastructure Policy Act of 2010 (SGPIPA). This document collects several related reports on the way that this law has been implemented in the years since its passage.