Monday, October 27, 2008

Growing Smarter in California's Car-Dependent Regions



Across the San Joaquin Valley, one of California's fastest-growing regions, cities on average are doing about half of what they might to encourage smart growth.
Fifty-six of the valley's 60 cities achieved smart growth scores of less than 70 percent, according to a comprehensive planning audit developed and conducted by The Modesto Bee in cooperation with the Great Valley Center and a class of California State University, Stanislaus, pollsters.

Modesto Bee

1 comment:

the transport politic said...

Take a look at a history of L.A.'s struggles to improve its mass transit system and the potential benefits of the passage of Measure R at the transport politic.