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Transit Cuts Hit U.S. Cities’ Less Fortunate

Many transit authorities rely on sales tax revenue as their primary source of funding — and the recession has slashed retail sales, drastically shrinking these funds and forcing cut backs in transit — which is relied on heavily by lower … Continue reading

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New Urbanism News 6-19-2010

San Francisco’s Pavement to Parks Program — San Francisco ’s streets and public rights-of-way make up fully 25% of the city’s land area. Many of the streets are excessively wide and contain large zones of wasted space. San Francisco’s new … Continue reading

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