Trends indicate that Norrington, who works in marketing for the nonprofit American Legacy Foundation, is one of many Americans who have recently decided to use their cars less, sell them or not buy one in the first place. Whether motivated by convenience, cost or other phenomena, Americans are driving less and traffic is easing up, a growing number of studies show.
With that said, done the right way, I can see great value in this. After all, many older cities in the US were built in the same fashion.
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- Music/record industry
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