AARP Livable Communities E-Newsletter
One in 3 Americans is age 50 or older. By 2030, 1 in 5 will be 65+
LIVABLE COMMUNITIES | Great Places for All Ages
AARP(R) Real Possibilities
11 Inspiring Livability Efforts
11 Inspiring Livability Efforts
These projects, places, programs and unique creations (such as the "lawn chair" at left) are helping people of all ages enjoy the outdoors, feel safe at home, ride a bicycle, go for a walk, safely cross the street — and even see where they're going.
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Why Walking is Going Places
Why Walking is Going Places
Here's what's behind the unexpected rise of foot power as a social trend, health breakthrough, path to happiness and overall smart way to get around.
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Evaluating Complete Streets Projects
Evaluating Complete Streets Projects
A new (much needed) performance measuring tool kit and guide for practitioners, from AARP and the National Complete Streets Coalition.
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How to Plant 99 Street Trees
How to Plant 99 Street Trees in Just a Few Hours
Greenery is helping grow community engagement in a Providence, Rhode Island, business district.
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Video: Take a 'HomeFit' House Tour
Take a 'HomeFit' House Tour
An AARP member opens the door to her elegantly age-friendly (and family-friendly) home.
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