Livable Communities - Great Places for All Ages
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LIVABLE COMMUNITIES | Great Places for All Ages
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AARP(R) Real Possibilities
Getting Better With Age
Getting Better With Age
Cities from coast to coast are working to become great places for older adults. We look at several cities whose mayors have signed the Milken Institute’s successful aging pledge and, as members of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, are already starting to act. (In case you haven’t yet seen Milken’s newly released 2014 “Best Cities for Successful Aging” report, we include some of those rankings too.)
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How to Get a Traffic Light Installed
How to Get a Traffic Light Installed
When residents of South Austin, Texas, couldn’t safely cross the road, they spoke out and stepped up.
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5 Questions for Anthony Foxx
5 Questions for Anthony Foxx
The U.S. Secretary of Transportation explains why the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists is as much his priority as the safety of travelers on planes, trains and in automobiles.
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Challenge Your Community to Change - in 100 Days or Less
Challenge Your Community to Change — in 100 Days or Less
Quick, frequent wins keep players engaged, build momentum and get the work done. Here’s how to hit the ground running.
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The Longevity Economy
The Longevity Economy
Older people in the U.S. are not (as commonly depicted) “greedy geezers.” In fact, they’re huge generators of economic and investment activity. We have data for the nation as a whole and every state.
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November 2014 Visit Our Site: www.aarp.org/livable Contact Us: livable@aarp.org