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The New Metropolitan Agenda

The New Metropolitan Agenda By Bruce Katz, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Brookings Institute. Presented April 2001 to the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. This presentations explores the recent trends affecting metropolitan areas, and suggests several ways to met these challenges. The presentation focuses on major Ohio cities but is relevant for any U.S. metropolitan areas.



OrganizationCenter on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Brookings Institute
Resource TypePresentation
URLhttp://www.activelivingbydesign.org/filead...
Publish DateApril 2001
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