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  • Congress for the New Urbanism
    Advocates for the restructuring of public policy and development practices to support the restoration of existing urban centers and towns within coherent metropolitan regions.
  • Smart Growth Online
    Encourages development that is environmentally, fiscally, and economically smart and helps create national, regional, and local coalitions to support smart growth.
  • Smart Growth America
    Nationwide coalition promoting a better way to grow: one that protects farmland and open space, revitalizes neighborhoods, keeps housing affordable, and provides more transportation choices.
  • Duany & Plater-Zyberk Architects, Inc
    Offering town planning and architectural services. Includes letters and writings.
  • New Urban News
    Newsletter covering the new urbanism, smart growth, and traditional neighborhood development.
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation's National Main Street Center
    National organization for the Main Street downtown revitalization program.
  • Wikipedia: New Urbanism
    User-edited article about the American urban design movement of the early 1980s including its background, trends, defining elements, criticisms, and examples.
  • Smart Growth - Environmental Protection Agency
    Learn about smart growth issues and environmental benefits. Find information about specific topics, resources, and examples of smart growth development, including the National Award for Smart Growth Achievement.
  • Seaside Institute, The
    Promotes a return of human values to architecture, the building arts, urban design, and regeneration.
  • Coalition for Smarter Growth
    Working to ensure that transportation and development decisions accommodate growth while revitalizing communities in metropolitan Washington D.C., providing more housing and travel choices, and conserving our natural and historic areas.
  • Town Paper, The
    Publications about urbanism and town design, charrettes, public outreach, and educational debate. Includes an archive of articles and links to traditional neighborhood developments.
  • Timeline of New Urbanism
    Database that records key events in the history of new urbanism, as well as historical influences reaching back to the 19th century.
  • National Town Builders Association
    Organization dedicated to promoting new towns, city neighborhoods, and villages.
  • Idaho Smart Growth (ISG)
    Idaho Smart Growth is committed to supporting Idaho citizens and lawmakers as they work to make Idaho a better, smarter place to live.
  • Transit Oriented Development Advocate
    Offers reports examining what happened with Portland's TOD program and information on Seattle's TOD projects.
  • Smart Growth Partnership of Westmoreland County
    Works with Westmoreland County's cities, townships, and boroughs to address the challenges associated with economic growth and revitalization.
  • Montana Smart Growth Coalition (MSGC)
    Working to support safe and healthy communities, sustainable economies, conservation of farm, forest and ranch lands, and protection of natural resources and wildlife habitat. MSGC offers a number of Montana smart growth case studies.
  • Transit-Oriented Development - Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)
    A resource for planners, developers, policy-makers and citizens who are interested in the implementation of transit-oriented development (TOD), in the Denver region.
  • New School for Traditional Architecture & Urbanism
    Reviving the design, teaching, and construction of traditional places and buildings for the 21st Century.
  • Massachusetts' Smart Growth Toolkit
    Massachusetts' Smart Growth Toolkit provides easy access to information on twelve different planning, zoning, and subdivision techniques that will make smart growth a reality in your community.

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