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( 24.03.2011 11:56 )    
Woods, Zoe
Traditional high street shops at risk after relaxation of France's planning laws gives rise to a new retail urban format called 'superette cafes'. The Guardian, March 21, 2011
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Architects designed the center with the precision of a cash register. The parking lots will hold 4,000 cars, and no automobile will be more than 600 ft. from the nearest store. Time magazine, May 8, 1950
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( 23.03.2011 11:21 )    
Shaer, Matthew
How much people have to mature before a community -- even Brooklyn -- can become truly bike-friendly? Step one: Stop calling bike lanes "homegrown terrorism."New Yorkmagazine, March 20, 2011
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( 23.03.2011 10:31 )    
Zupan, Jeffrey; Ferzoco, Jeff
The impact of pedestrian space on city-dwellers, that is to say if and when vehicles and other hurdles donít prevent everybody walking anywhere.Spotlight on the Region (RPA) Vol. 10 No 5, 2011
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( 23.03.2011 09:47 )    
Lee, Jenny; Abowd, Paul
Behind the doom-and-gloom headlines, a collective response to the cityís economic, social, environmental problems, is already happening. In These Times, March 2011
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( 23.03.2011 09:14 )    
Toyama, Kentaro
We're familiar with the American trinity of life, liberty and the pursuit happiness. Washington typically passes laws to protect the first two. Should we start paying more attention to the third? The Atlantic, March 21, 2011
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( 20.03.2011 10:51 )    
Peto, Robert
Human beings are social animals and proximity is key to our development. It is therefore no surprise that cities have always been the powerhouse of human innovation. An event in Cannes, from RICS site, March 16, 2011
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( 20.03.2011 10:44 )    
Hill, Dave
All the area now interested in the preparation of the Games must become an engine of urban regeneration, starting from neighbourhoods of affordable homes and top level services. The Guardian, March 17, 2011
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( 20.03.2011 10:30 )    
Kirkpatrick, Melanie
Book review: ArrivalCity: How the Largest Migration in History Is Reshaping Our World, By Doug Saunders, Pantheon. The Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2011
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( 19.03.2011 13:35 )    
Lawson, Cheri
Kentucky's GrantCounty is a tight-knit community where unemployment hovers near 11 percent. But now private investors and a Christian ministry plan to build a theme park.National Public Radio, March 8 2011
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( 19.03.2011 12:28 )    
Goodyear, Sarah
Poor quality of space makes unpleasant living (either in suburbs or in dense cities) where neighborhoods donít seem to appeal particularly to educated and skilled people. Grist, March 17, 2011
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( 19.03.2011 12:05 )    
Cayo, Don
Metro Vancouver is losing nine square feet of land per second to urban sprawl.Sam Sullivanís new Centre for Market Urbanism will engage citizens on regional issues. Vancouver Sun, March 18, 2011
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( 15.03.2011 08:58 )    
Sparkes, Matthew
Campaigners say the law would deter cyclists which would affect public health, the environment and traffic levels. The Guardian, March 14, 2011
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An obvious option to popularise, but this would sound like wishful thinking as long as we have not made every city into a bicycle-friendly one. The Daily Star, March 15, 2011
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( 14.03.2011 21:42 )    
Blue, Elly
Bicycling can save the world, or actually give a big help to make our cities and our environment much more viable, enjoyable and even productive. Grist, March 14, 2011
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