Talking the Walk: The Importance of Pedestrian Friendly Public Spaces - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Talking the Walk: The Importance of Pedestrian Friendly Public Spaces

Listen to MPC's April 21, 2010, "Talking the Walk" roundtable, featuring Sam Schwartz, Mike Toolis, and John Tolva discuss how cities around the world are promoting walkable, safe streets; what Chicago is doing to plan for and design quality streetscapes; and how pedestrians are leading the way to a brighter future.

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/multimedia/audio/434

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