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Models for Change: Lessons for Creating Active Living Communities

These case studies prepared under the Active Living Research program, published in Planning Magazine, detail the
experiences of eleven communities creating policy change for more active communities. Each case study covers the
community’s story, the lessons learned, and the steps for replication if adopted at another site. The case studies cover
topics such as comprehensive planning laws, brownfield redevelopment, traffic calming, bicycling, and trails



Organizationctive Living Research program- Published in Planning Magazine,
Resource TypeCase Study
URLwww.activelivingresearch.org/files/ALR%20P...
Publish DateFebruary 2007
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