Revitalizing Communities Through Preservation

Can combining public transport and historic preservation create successful communities?
January 30, 2004, 8am PST | Zvi Leve
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"During the past two decades, Americans have shifted the focus of conservation efforts ... to the traditional forms, transportation choices, and street designs that make city centers and residential areas walkable and workable for businesses and residents." These efforts have also been extended to include working with regional agencies and adjacent communities to "capture the benefits of public transportation and preserve historic urban designs throughout metropolitan areas." This report uses case studies to examine "how decisions about public transportation, land development and redevelopment, and historic preservation have complemented one another in dozens of communities nationwide."

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Published on Wednesday, January 28, 2004 in National Trust For Historic Preservation
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