Joe Grengs

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Chair, Urban and Regional Planning
Associate Professor
  • Arch. and U.P. (Taubman)
    • Urban and Regional Planning
734-763-1114

Joe Grengs researches the relationships between transportation policy and urban development patterns. He is currently studying how suburbanization influences poverty concentration and social inequality, with a focus on recent changes in national transportation policy. Other research interests include methods of spatial analysis, urban politics, and new forms of social movements emerging in the field of transportation.

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