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Re: [carfree_cities] Transit Villages

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  • Mark Watson
    For this project: http://www.urbanworks.cnchost.com/Projects-CHA.html Contacts: Gay Forbes, City of South Pasadena (626) 403-7220 Art Cueto, MTA (213)
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 3, 2000
      For this project:
      http://www.urbanworks.cnchost.com/Projects-CHA.html
      Contacts: Gay Forbes, City of South Pasadena
      (626) 403-7220
      Art Cueto, MTA
      (213) 922-3052

      Sounds like Mr. Dieden could be a valuable ally in our efforts:
      "...earned a reputation as the premier community consensus builder in
      California..." http://www.urbanworks.cnchost.com/Principals-CHA.html

      Mark

      ----Original Message Follows----
      From: "Todd J. Binkley" <tjbink@...>

      "We have an
      obligation to get as many of us out of cars and into mass transit as
      possible."
      __________________________

      ...Maybe Mr. Dieden could be persuaded to consider the carfree concept?


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    • J.H. Crawford
      ENN had a very interesting story on the trend for post-war suburbs to develop the Main Streets they never had:
      Message 2 of 3 , Oct 5, 2000
        ENN had a very interesting story on the trend for post-war
        suburbs to develop the "Main Streets" they never had:

        http://www.enn.com/features/2000/10/10042000/mainstreet_14752.asp



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        J.H. Crawford Carfree Cities
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