Friday, October 15, 2010

car-nage > If the entire U.S. shared New York’s traffic death rate, we would save more than 25,000 lives per year.

[...] sprawl has quietly been identified as a central cause behind a growing list of mounting national crises including foreign oil dependency, climate change, and the obesity epidemic. With economists, environmentalists, and epidemiologists all bemoaning suburbia, it is a good time to step back and remind ourselves what we're still up against. Read the entire article on suburbia by Jeff Speck by clicking here.