Is Your Community Livable for People of All Ages?
June 8, 2016  
AARP
Livable Communities Newsletter
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7 Ways to Make Communities
More Livable for People With
Vision or Hearing Impairments
Inclusive design and smart solutions can help prevent isolation and enable independence.
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Old and New Challenges
On occasion, a step forward in transportation or the built environment can be a step backward for individuals with limited or no vision or hearing.
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Livability News & Notes
Going Local — The Federal Highway Administration clears the way for streets that more safely serve local needs. Source: Smart Growth America 
At Home in Durango — By relaxing its rules about Accessory Dwelling Units, the small Colorado city has increased its supply of affordable housing. Source: CityLab 
Driverless Cars Could Make Traffic Worse — The reason, say transportation researchers, is because people will use them too much. Source: Associated Press 
Events, Resources & More
Wanted by June 30: Smart Ideas — The Local Government Commission seeks session proposals for the 2017 New Partners for Smart Growth Conference. Apply 
And the Winner Clearly Is ... — AARP Livable Communities takes home a ClearMark Award for the AARP HomeFit Guide. Read 
AARP Livability Index — Find the livability score of any address in the U.S. Do 
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