Radburn: a city for the motor age
Radburn is a place where community involvement can take place; where the emphasis is on a program to meet the needs of children of all ages, as well as adults; where there is open space (parks); where the main thoroughfares are separated from the pedestrian walks; where the property is small , but the common parks make up for the lack of yard space. It is a planned community which still meets the needs of the people just as it has for the last fifty years. Times change, but the concept of Stein, Wright and Ascher is still as valid today as it was in 1929.
Added by colin #442 on 2003-08-11. Last modified 2003-08-11 16:59. F0 License: Attribution
Location: World, United States, New Jersey, Radburn
Topics: building the carfree city, planned cities, urban planning