Alternative development standards: Practical tools for sustainable land development
von Hausen, Michael
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Challenges associated with urban sprawl and pressures of growth continue to mount across North America. Fuelling these challenges are outmoded land development standards that over-engineer and over-design community infrastructure, including roads, parking, parks and systems for stormwater and wastewater. The resulting systems are costly to build and maintain.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-455
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