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( 24.04.2011 21:28 )    
Cabanatuan, Michael
While the bridge's sidewalks are safe for both pedestrians and bicyclists, they could be made safer with the speed limits. San Francisco Chronicle, April 24, 2011
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( 22.04.2011 22:43 )    
Kelly, Caitlin
Malls: Whether sparkling-new or grubby and worn, they are carefully designed to maximize the amount of money consumers leave behind. Book excerpt from Fortune, April 19, 2011
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in > Cities > Retail and Entertainment places

( 22.04.2011 22:22 )    
Sherwood, Bob
Ashford is believed to be the first town to have tried the shared spaces concept on a 1km-long stretch of multi-lane ring road that still carries up to 10,000 vehicles a day.Financial Times, April 22, 2011
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( 22.04.2011 21:54 )    
Adler, Ben
A new book on the history of Brownstone Brooklyn, written from the point of view of one born and grown up there, busts the myths that lure gentrifiers in.American Prospect, April 16, 2011
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( 22.04.2011 21:33 )    
Leinberger, Christopher B.
Census figures shine the light on the terms “city” and “suburb”--neither of which are the keys to understanding today’s built environment. The New Republic, April 20, 2011
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( 18.04.2011 21:27 )    
Markusoff, Jason
Suburban housing developers could pay higher fees to cover the cost of city-delivered services such as water and sewers.Calgary Herald, April 16, 2011
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( 18.04.2011 21:14 )    
Harris, Melissa
We're running out of land to feed the world's exploding population. And cities must develop somehow methods of self-sustaining.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 17, 2011
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( 18.04.2011 12:14 )    
O’Connor, John
More black South Carolinians are calling the suburbs home. What it might mean: fewer black legislators, increase in moderate suburban districts. The Charlotte Observer, April 18, 2011
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( 18.04.2011 11:55 )    
Kaufman, Leslie
At the state level legislatures and governors take aim at conservation and regulations they see as too burdensome to business interests. The New York Times, April 15, 2011
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( 16.04.2011 21:31 )    
Hunsinger, Diana
Welcome to the mall man lounge, which gives men -- or anyone else who's not in the mood to shop or is waiting on someone who is -- something to do. The Indianapolis Star, April 15, 2011
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The Heygate estate in Walworth, which was the backdrop for the Michael Caine film Harry Brown, is being redeveloped. The Guardian, April 15, 2011
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Transforming urban landscapes can often result in actual shock for people used to consider the city from a traditional point of view. But when and how protect historic skylines? The Independent, April 16, 2011
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( 14.04.2011 18:41 )    
Blue, Elly
Bicycling and driving have one thing in common that is almost universally frustrating, time consuming, friction causing, and potentially expensive. Parking.Grist, April 11, 2011
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An exhaustive analysis of Britain's ethnic minorities paints a vivid picture of the impact they are having on regions where once they were notably absent.Irish Sun, April 10, 2011
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( 13.04.2011 11:53 )    
Littlejohn, Richard
It’s old news to those who actually live in the suburbs: all human life is there, like a rainbow-coloured Benetton advert. Daily Mail, April 12, 2011
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