SPUR Forum: Moving Suburbia

From SPUR:

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Image courtesy Flickr user Barbara.K

This event takes place in San Jose.

Transportation is often segregated as urban and suburban: those in the suburbs need cars; those in urban areas don’t. The picture, however, is actually much deeper and more promising. New services and service providers are making the suburbs less isolated and more sustainable. Come learn how the suburbs are becoming less car-dependent.

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