The Green New Deal has a fatal flaw—it doesn’t address where we live.

Sprawl is made possible by highways. This is expensive—in 2015, the Victoria Transport Policy Institute estimated that sprawl costs America more than $1 trillion a year in reduced business activity, environmental damage, consumer expenses, and other costs. Leaving aside the emissions from the 1.1 billion trips Americans take per day (87 percent of which are taken in personal vehicles), spreading everything out has eaten up an enormous amount of natural land.
— Read on slate.com/business/2019/02/green-new-deal-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-flaw-land-use.html