New Urbanism on the Prairie

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The railroad lines stretching out into the prairies surrounding Chicago seeded many compact, pedestrian-friendly towns and cities. These historic communities serve as models for new urbanists. Whether they are downstate cities, collar counties managing growth, or compact new towns, communities that recognize traditional urban fabric as a key asset are overcoming challenges and earning a competitive advantage in the region.

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