Making Smart Growth Work
Urban Land Institute, Jan 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 175 pages
This book provides proven strategies and solutions that you can use to put smart growth management into action. Includes pros and cons, difficulties, and describes what worked and what hasn't. Includes mixed-use projects, conserving open space, expandingtransportation options, creating livable communities, suburban greenfields, and the roles of players involved.
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