- Date: 12/06/2023
Transit-oriented development (TOD) is a neighborhood planning strategy that aims to create mixed-use buildings with appropriate density. This approach ensures…
GREENVILLE, S.C. —
An Upstate organization is providing a way for its community members to get affordable and reliable transportation.
Front Porch Housing in Greenville is a three-year housing program that’s focused on helping its residents learn and grow.
Leaders say having reliable transportation is key when it comes to living an independent and stable life.
That’s why they’ve partnered with a local credit union and a used car dealership to help their residents find reasonably-priced and reliable cars.
“For those to be able to exit the program fully stable and independent- a vehicle is a key part of that,” said Lee Anne Cavin, Executive Director of Front Porch Housing. “Re-establishing their credit is key and then having that reliable transportation to and from work.”
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