Creating the post-auto city

Mainebiz Article – May 14, 2012

With gas prices hovering around $4 a gallon and home foreclosures continuing with no end in sight, more and more people are ditching the suburbs and moving to the city. While that trend is great for downtown businesses and landlords, it can leave city leaders scratching their heads about where to put everybody and how to move them from point A to B.

That will be the focus of the Maine Real Estate & Development Association’s spring conference on May 17, “New Urbanism: Creative Models for Innovation and Growth.”

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