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Project Activities: Changing The Built Environment

Front and Myrtle streets are both major thoroughfares passing through some of the most vibrant parts of downtown Boise. They connect to major destinations in the city, including state and local gov ...

Gwynn Falls Stream flows through much of south and west Baltimore, passing near dozens of neighborhoods and cultural sites. A series of parks along its length are the legacy of plans by celebrated ...

Community gardens provide excellent opportunities for promoting physical activity and healthy eating, as well as civic participation. Growing Gardens, a nonprofit located in Boulder, Colorado, is a ...

This program the the Metropolitan Transportation Commission of California's Bay Area uses federal transportation funds to create more vital and livable neighborhoods. The program supports local ...

When the University of North Carolina was faced with rising congestion in nearby streets and overcrowded parking lots, it needed to take steps to increase student and employee use of alternative tr ...

The Route 9A Greenway, a 5.4-mile urban boulevard that currently stretches from Battery Park to 59th Street, provides a new vehicular and pedestrian corridor along New York City's Westside wate ...

Bozeman, built against the backdrop of the Gallatin and Bridger mountains, is renowned for its natural beauty. This splendor has led to rapid growth in recent years, as new residents come seeking o ...

The Aleknagik Lake Road Pathway, a 1.5-mile pedestrian walkway, was built in the fall of 1998 after residents of Dillingham demanded that city administration honor their promise to upgrade a walkin ...

New Haven is a ethnically and socio-economically diverse city north of New York with a population of 123,000. While a comparatively high percentage of city residents bike and walk to work, they hav ...

Located near the rapidly growing metropolis of Charlotte, the town of Cornelius was beginning to feel the pressures of urban sprawl. Rather than allow unregulated development to destroy the town.s ...

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