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Revitalizing Cincinnati's Historic Over-the-Rhine (Part 3 - Exciting Progress Portends a National Model)Submitted by Kaid Benfield on Mon, 06/15/2009 - 1:43pm
This was going to be the final installment of my miniseries about Cincinnati's remarkable Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, but I'm on too much of a roll to finish today.
GIS mapping in Melbourne, Australia, on patterns of car ownership shows that transit works: the closer one is to a rail transit line, the less need there is for a car.
Last week I wrote the first installment of my miniseries about Cincinnati’s remarkable Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
Cincinnati’s historic and very centrally located Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is poised to become one of America’s greatest revitalization stories, in the process creating a national exemplar of gr
The Center for Neighborhood Technology is releasing today a new series of GIS-based maps show
Americans are far less likely to use public transportation than residents of other countries, according to the National Geographic Society's 2009 Greendex report.
As most readers of CNU's site know only too well, the federal government has a history of subsidizing sprawl, wittingly or not.
Later this week, I am going to be participating with my friend David Dixon and marketing whiz Laurie Volk in a seminar on development density at the annual meeting of the American Institute of Archite
My view is that no other single category of activity is more important to sustainable development than revitalization.