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Route 27
Sunrise Highway, also known as Route 27, is an east-west thoroughfare that extends across Long Island, from the New York borough of Brooklyn to the seaside village of Montauk Point.
Dan Burden and Anthony Foxx
Updated May 13, 2014: If Dan Burden could have walked the 2,745 miles from Port Townsend, Wash., where he lives and works, and arrive in Washington, D.C., by May 13, there's a good chance he'd have done so.
Children play in Central Park, New York City
Close your eyes and think of one of your greatest moments in childhood.
Rainbow over Honolulu.
To tourists and aspiring tourists, Hawaii typically means tropical beaches, balmy breezes, beautiful scenery and, perhaps, pineapple.
Staff at Walk Score
I climbed the stairs off a thriving Main Street tucked into a Seattle neighborhood and entered a large, open room where 25 young people sat staring at computers, joking around as they worked. They were all in their 20s and it was Friday, so they wore cat shirts - a new take on Casual Day.
SmartGrowth
Three AARP experts will be speaking at the 13th annual New Partners for Smart Growth Conference in Denver, Feb. 13-15. Attend their presentations if you'll be at the conference.
Walkable Cities Map Governing.com
"More and more cities are 'reinventing their town centers' and undergoing other transitions to become more walkable," reports Huff Post Urban Progress, citing information from Governing.com.
Hudson-Ohio
If you're a boomer, the word "downtown" - and especially Petula Clark's 1964 hit song "Downtown" - evokes many images and feelings.
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Great models for living abound with our Canadian neighbors to the north, who are building wonderful mixed-age, mixed-use communities that offer independent living for their elders. Consider the municipalities of Vernon and Langley in British Columbia, where I recently spent time helping them lay out walkability ground rules for age-friendly neighborhoods.
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Active transportation connects people and places. It provides access to jobs, education, shopping, transit and recreation. In short, trails, bike pathways and greenways make for great places to live and to visit.
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