Sitting just outside the perimeter of the urban core, traditional urban neighborhoods play an important role in the success of the city due to their high levels of ownership and long-term investment in the city. These neighborhoods commonly offer quieter streets, a pedestrian friendly atmosphere, and additional private space for residents.
This article [...]
Continue Reading →
Tagsalleys architectural design bikes building placement census China commute Commute to Work data design features Georgia Street indiana Indianapolis Lockerbie Neighborhood Monument Circle on street parking pedestrian scale neighborhoods shared streets Streets survey transportation travel lane size tree canopy urban agriculture urban design urbanism urbanization walking paths