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Written in a clear and engaging style, Designing the City is a practical manual for improving the way communities are planned, designed, and built. It presents a wealth of information on design and decision-making, including advice on how citizens and activists can make their voices heard, and numerous examples of effective strategies for working with all parties involved in neighborhood and community development. It highlights proven models and strategies to help communities: establish unique and productive partnerships with public works and transportation departments develop resources through grant programs broaden expertise, perspective, and constituency create new and enduring models for effective action educate participants and consumers of the design and development process
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