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Planning organization charts new path to more sustainable transportation projects

10/17/13 | Lee Chilcote, Fresh Water Cleveland

...Although it will take a long time to reverse decades of auto-based development, [GCBL's David] Beach says patient investment will yield dividends. “A sign of success will be when you see NOACA start to say ‘no’ to projects that promote more driving and that money gets shifted to projects that promote a transport system that provides more choices.”

http://freshwatercleveland.com/features/noacachartsnewpath101713.aspx

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