You Can't Have One Without the Other

Knack, Ruth Eckdish
May 2007
Planning;May2007, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
An interview with Terry Moore, co-author of the report "The Transportation/Land Use Connection," is presented. When asked about what prompted him to conduct the report, he affirms that it aims to connect land conservation and development of goals. He adds that the revised edition features appendices on how to improve public policy, formatting and graphics. He considers that his multidisciplinary education contributes in planning the report.


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