New Urbanism

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New Urbanism

n.
A movement in urban design arising in the late 1900s and emphasizing the creation of pedestrian zones, improved public transit, mixed-use neighborhoods, and parks and other green spaces.
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New Urbanism

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an international movement concerned with tackling the problems associated with urban sprawl and car dependency
New Urbanist n
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The "Charter of the New Urbanism," a set of principles agreed to by the movement's leading architects and developers, stresses the importance of income diversity and a variety of housing types within neighborhoods.
(39.) See Charter of the New Urbanism, Congress for New Urbanism, http://www.cnu.org/charter (last visited Mar.
Charter of the new urbanism. www.cnu.org/aboutcnu/.
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