Monthly Archives: March 2013

ULI Offers Guide for Creating Walkable, Transit-Oriented Places

Strategies for bridging the gap between sprawled streetscapes and the growing market demand for pedestrian-oriented urban environments in the United States are highlighted in Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design, a new publication from ULI and the American Planning Association. This new how-to manual is co-authored by renowned urban planning expert and University of Utah research professor, Reid Ewing, and Keith Bartholomew, professor and associate dean of the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Utah. The book provides practical meaning and use to urban planners, planning commissioners, city council … Read More

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