Sprawl: What Happen when You Legislate Against Vibrant Streets
Traditionally, John Norquist says, major streets in urban locations have three purposes. He labels these: "Movement, market purpose and social purpose."
Norquist is the visionary former mayor of Milwaukee and the President and CEO of The Congress for the New Urbanism. CNU is an influential Chicago-based national policy group that earlier this year held a transportation summit in Long Beach.
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