…so as to not be spending too much time in an exurb. Sure, I can see the charm and even the pleasure at spending time in an exurb, but I think I’d rather live at the beach.

As part of their Living Cities Census Series, The Brookings Institute has conducted a study that will either fascinate you or put you to sleep. Let me know how it affects you, eh? md

This study defines exurbs as communities located on the urban fringe that have at least 20 percent of their workers commuting to jobs in an urbanized area, exhibit low housing density, and have relatively high population growth.

Finding Exurbia: America’s Fast-Growing Communities at the Metropolitan Fringe