Reports, policies tout benefits of walkable neighborhoods

12/4/2012 | Governing.com

The economic and social benefits of walkable neighborhoods are the subject of two recent reports, one focusing on Philadelphia-area home prices and one on demand for real estate in Washington, D.C. Another recent win for advocates of walkable neighborhoods is a new set of incentives in Massachusetts encouraging more compact development, writes Governing editor Tod Newcombe.

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