What Neighborhoods Need to Succeed at Walkability

New research from Southern California has foun that residents of neighborhoods with a central core of shops and services – a pattern typically found in older, traditional communities-walk nearly three times more often than do residents of neighborhoods whose nearest shops and services lie along a major arterial roadway, a pattern typically found in newer suburban development.  To read more:

http://www.theatlanticcities.com/commute/2012/01/what-neighborhoods-need-succeed-walkability/922/

 

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