Walkable Cities

Hosted in Dallas, the 2017 AARP Livable Communities National Conference was an opportunity for elected officials, planning professionals, local leaders and community advocates from throughout the nation to share ideas, best practices and solutions for making towns, cities and communities more livable for people of all ages.
Times Square in New York is one of those places that people recognize and can picture even if they’ve never set foot in the city. And although Times Square itself has changed a lot in 110 years (the location received its current name when the New York Times moved its headquarters there in 1904), it retains its unique appearance and sense of place.
Mindowaskin Park, Westfield, NJ
Post by Nancy LeaMond, AARP:  
Graphic from Walkscore.com about its Transit Score ranking
Walk Score, an organization that evaluates the walkability of communities throughout the U.S., Canada and Australia, has announced its 2014 Transit Score rankings of U.S. cities with such good public transit systems that owning a car is truly optional.
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.
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