By 2030, 1 in 5 Americans Will Be Age 65 or Older
Livable Communities
Livable Communities are Good For People and Business
Higher property values, increased economic activity and savings for communities are some of the benefits you'll learn about in this new AARP report.
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Age-Friendly Foundations
Meet four funding organizations that are helping communities nationwide become more livable.
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5 Questions for Christopher Cabaldon
West Sacramento's popular mayor (he's held the post since 1998) sees age-friendliness as a way to take what his city has been wanting to do "and make it real."
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Living a Car-Free Life
People of all ages are cutting back on driving to save money, get healthy and enjoy life in the not-so-fast lane.
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How to Go Car-Free
(or Car-Lite)
10 practical tips for testing the waters or taking the plunge.
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