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Fall 2000 Sprawl Report: Resources

The Sierra Club's Challenge to Sprawl Campaign has a comprehensive list of strategies, reousrces, and information for those concerned about suburban sprawl available at www.sierraclub.org/sprawl.

Additional Sources of Information on Sprawl

Sprawlwatch is an excellent source of up-to-date news and information on efforts to control sprawl. Go to: www.sprawlwatch.org

The Surface Transportation Policy Project's Web site has lots of great information on issues related to transportation and sprawl that can be accessed at: www.transact.org

The Smart Growth Network Web site is filled with smart-growth news and examples of good policies and initiatives to deal with sprawl. Check out: www.smartgrowth.org

The Congress for New Urbanism's Web site is currently being updated. Check there for examples of smart growth projects at: www.cnu.org

The National Trust for Historic Preservation's Main Street program is working with hundreds of towns across the country on redevelopment projects. Information on that program and other initiatives are available at: www.nthp.org

The Local Government Commission's Center for Livable Communities Web site features guidelines for smarter planning as well as specific examples. Go to: www.lgc.org

The Chicago-based Center for Neighborhood Technology offers strategies for livable communities, including specific smart-growth tools and examples. It can be reached at: www.cnt.org

The National Neighborhood Coalition is leading the effort to reinvest in existing communities across the country. To find out more, go to: www.neighborhoodcoalition.org

For more information about the University of Louisville's Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods program, go to: www.louisville.edu/org/sun/

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