The Livability in Transportation Guidebook’s primary purpose is to illustrate how livability principles have been incorporated into transportation planning, programming, and project design, using examples from State, regional, and local sponsors.
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This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report was captures updates through July 2013.
What are the true costs and benefits of downtown development? StrongTowns.org visits Lexington to tell all.
StrongTowns.org visits Greensboro to conduct a workshop regarding the true costs and benefits of downtown development.
StrongTowns.org visits Winston-Salem for a discussion of the true cost and benefits of downtown development.
Dollars and Sense: A workshop in High Point to discuss the true cost and benefits of downtown development
StrongTowns.org conducted a community engagement workshop in High Point, NC in June 2013 to discuss the true cost and benefits of downtown development. Read the report for more details.
StrongTowns.org visited Burlington and presented this discussion of new strategies for the economic realities facing America's towns.
This document demonstrates projected demographic changes for the Piedmont Triad.
Design sessions led by the Center for Creative Economy (CCE) in High Point identified economic and design opportunities for the continued growth of the city.
This presentation reviews national totals of state and local tax revenue, by type of tax.