Turning a metro space into a more walkable urban space, though costly, can yield benefits from economic growth to an increase in development.
Turning a metro space into a more walkable urban space, though costly, can yield benefits from economic growth to an increase in development. Walkable urban spaces have a higher amount of wealth and a larger number of college graduates than less walkable areas. From an increase in money spent per week to decreased crime rates—the benefits of walkability are beneficial to all. Learn about walkable urbanism and how it helps drive the economy.
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