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May 01, 2014


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Lilly Sedaghat

This research is critical and must be placed in the hands of City Planning Commissions, City Planning Departments and City Councils in all global cities expecting population expansions. Research must be made readily available to the policymakers making the short-term and ineluctably, long-term decisions of city planning.

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