Pedestrian-friendly development leads to profits, study finds

“Because we’re a state that had a lot of development in colonial and post-colonial times, cities and towns grew up around walkable, higher density town centers,” said Wendy Landman, senior project manager at Walk Boston. “In some cases, these cores lost a lot of people, but they didn’t lose their framework. Now, they are ripe for being reinvigorated.”
Publication: 
Boston Globe
Publication Date: 
Thursday, June 26, 2014