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An eminent landscape architect analyzes how cities typically aggregate and the ways growth can be contained and the quality of life improved via thoughtful transportation planning and "greenways" and "blueways." He provides a checklist of considerations in the planning and design of the future city dwelling, neighborhood, urban center, and metropolitan region and outlines a method for superimposing an idealized city diagram on an existing city base map for better conceptualization. Abundantly illustrated with drawings and diagrams, and photos of urban projects. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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``Incorporates many of the best solutions to urban problems, along with some provocative ideas.'' (Planning Magazine 1994-08-01)
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