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Designing for the Driverless Age

What do cities look like when driverless cars are widespread? What are the implications for real estate? This¬†extensive report by the Urban Land Institute¬†forecasts some of the changes we might see when car ownership and human-driven vehicles are on the decline. Here are a few interesting factoids from the report: The need for parking–which accounts [...]

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Cities Alive: Towards a Walking World

How, in an increasingly crowded world, do we create cities which thrive? A recent report by the global engineering consulting firm ARUP provides a compelling view into a future where walkability is the single most powerful transformer of the way we live and interact. “Cities Alive: Towards a walking world” is a free download and [...]

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