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Princeton Battlefield Development Shows The Cost Of Opposing In-Town Density

Since about 1980, planners have recognized that compact, walkable development is the best way to foster livable towns, reduce car use, and protect green spaces. This way of planning is a self-conscious return to the layout of traditional towns- where … Continue reading

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Ten Things To Look For In Princeton In 2014

Happy New Year! And what does the new year hold?? Will this be the year when affordability, environmentally- and fiscally-sustainable compact development, and alternative transportation get prioritized in Princeton? ┬áHere are ten things that we think are likely to shake … Continue reading

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