Walkable City Rules: 101 Steps to Making Better Places
If you’ve read “Walkable City,” I don’t know that there’s much new here, but it’s more approachable. There are 101 smaller “rules” about how to fix cities and make them more friendly to pedestrians. It’s clearly geared to local politicians and city planners, but I am neither and I loved it. If you love your city, you’ll love this book.
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