In The Final Part Of His Series

on the environmental side effects of transportation policies, NPR's John Nielsen reports that the era of rapid sprawl driven by freeway construction may be coming to an end. As "edge cities" and suburbs cover more and more former farmland, measures to slow growth and provide transportation alternatives are gaining support.



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