Smart Growth Attack Is Confused
"Increasingly, public health and environmental professionals are asking whether urban sprawl may have health costs. This is a plausible concern... For several years, I've been studying the ways we design and build communities, from a medical and public health perspective. I've read a lot of 'smart growth' publications. Not even one has advocated forcing people to live in particular ways. Indeed, smart growth is about expanding choice -- offering people walkable, mixed-use communities as an alternative to spread-out suburbs. No social engineering there."
Thanks to Tim Torma