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Corridor Design Portfolio for the Tri-County Region, MI


Date Published: November 2014


This guide presents strategies for designing and developing sustainable corridors. It highlights common techniques that communities use today to meet sustainability needs, including energy, local food, built environments, mobility, natural resources, capacity and economic development.

Keywords: East Lansing, MI; Michigan; livability; governance; environment; community; economy

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  • Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (IL)
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