Central location and (rising) gas pricesI saw this article from a local neighborhood list serv about how gas prices could be the end of the suburban migration pattern. I'm not sure it's going to happen that fast, but I think it'll certainly be something on people's mind when shopping for places to live.
This probably really isn't news to anyone who decided to live in Shaw. In fact, it was a big part of the reason I personally chose the 'hood so if I thought of it-- well, everyone else probably did too. But the article is a good read arguing for better urban land use.
Three cheers for central location and public transportation.