City Parks: America’s New Infrastructure – Traffic & Transportation

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City Parks: America’s New Infrastructure – Traffic & Transportation

This five-part series documents the multi-functional benefits of urban parks. With growing urban populations and aging infrastructure, local governments and their city planners are taking a fresh look at parks as a wise investment of municipal resources to address our greatest urban challenges—from stormwater management and flood prevention to reducing public health costs to economic revitalization and job growth.

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