Denver's population density declined between 1950 and 1990, but it has rebounded somewhat, and efforts are under way to counteract sprawl. Despite the fact that "Denver still remains a relatively low density city," geographers Keith Ratner and Andrew Goetz note in a recent journal article that "there has nevertheless been a clear change in regional policy that is encouraging more transit and higher-density transit-oriented development and that change in policy is having a recognizable impact on Denver's land use and urban form."

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