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Since the 1960's the Dutch have been building "living streets", which are designed to encourage human interaction.
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Funding large master-planned communities can be complicated, but the use of special districts has made it easier in many parts of Texas.
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Despite their controversial natures, Sugar Land officials claim that traffic accidents have decreased by more than 58 percent at camera-equipped intersections.
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After winning a $1 million Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayors Challenge grant, the city of Santa Monica will be studying how to build a resilient community.
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Utilizing health impact assessments, many groups across the US are acknowledging the relationship between a built environment and the health of local residents.
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