Why Neighborhoods Need More Shuffling and Less Sorting Why Neighborhoods Need More Shuffling and Less Sorting
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Why Neighborhoods Need More Shuffling and Less Sorting

by Mike Lydon

April 6, 2013

Mike Lydon is the founding Principal of The Street Plans Collaborative and the author of The Open Streets Guide and Tactical Urbanism: Short-term Action, Long-term ChangeHe encourages you to trade four wheels for two.

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Why Neighborhoods Need More Shuffling and Less Sorting