Building Cities for People, Not Cars

Walkability, livability and reducing vehicle miles travelled are a few shifts that improve health and wellness of residents, communities and cities.

Research has shown that the way neighborhoods and communities are created can have positive OR negative effects on the physical and mental health of residents.

Excellent read from Blue Zones “Built Environment Impact On Public Health”.

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