Sprawl has many causes including the public subsidization of infrastructure, transition to an automobile culture and increasing household incomes. The effects of sprawl are also numerous. It can mean increased housing affordability, but also over-crowding in schools, loss of a sense of place, higher taxes and air pollution.
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