The Region: Metropolis, City, Town

Metropolitan regions are finite places with geographic boundaries derived from topography, watersheds, coastlines, farmlands, regional parks, and river basins.  The metropolis is made of multiple centers that are cities, towns, and villages, each with its own identifiable center and edges.  Read more of the Charter of the New Urbanism

Posts about The Region:  Metropolis, City, Town

Report from the Rocky Mountain West Urban Leadership Symposium
by Kathleen McCormick


Historic Downtown Golden:  New Urbanism the Old Fashioned Way

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