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Beautiful neighborhoods encourage walking. In an attractive neighborhood, trees, flowers, and bushes prevail; buildings sit close to the street; and garages or parking lots hide out of view. A neighborhood with little vegetation, buildings located far from the street, and dominating driveways, garages, and parking lots is a place that may discourage walking. Improving the pedestrian realm involves changing both behavior and the physical landscape. Click here for more information.

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