Car-Free Suburbs Promote Active And Happy Living

Car-Free Suburbs Promote Active And Happy Living
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This new urbanist movement would have suburbanites using public transportation, bicycling and walking more.

Yi Chen
  • 22 august 2011

While driving an eco-friendly car is good for the environment and may also be trendy, urban planners are taking the idea of sustainability in the suburbs even further by designing entire car-free communities. Paths in these communities are designed for bicycling and walking to encourage suburbanites to use more sustainable types of transportation.

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