Friday, March 31, 2006

Expanding possibilities

Sprawl is getting celebrated these days, by the likes of Joel Kotkin and Robert Bruegmann and others. Their analysis can be convincing. But there is an awful lot of interest in smart growth, too -- that is, living in something other than conventional, spread-out, separated-use suburban or exurban development. The free market is driving the trend; the rules of development -- zoning -- just needs to be changed to allow more alternatives. R.D. Sahl explores current trends in land and living on Business Day on New England Cable News March 31,


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Blogger Canuck in Colorado said...

Anthony, I just read your piece posted on Planetizen "Connecting the dots on high gas prices" and I think you are right on with your comment about Americans ultimately changing their behavior due to pocketbook, quality of life, and convenience. This is why despite hundreds of reports about global warming, the acres chewed up by sprawl, etc. Americans aren't changing their behavior. An auto-centic lifestyle has in fact been convenient and affordable. The calculus is changing and for many this will be painfully frustrating as they struggle to maintain where and how they live. I look forward to reading your book.

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