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CityCenter DC: Density Breeds Sustainability

A graphic rendering of the proposed “Central Plaza” of CityCenter DC. Illustration via CityCenter DC.

There’s been a lot of big transportation news in the last two days. Between the Purple Line vote and Sec. Ray LaHood and Rep. Jim Oberstar’s competing proposals for the transportation bill (a topic that you should definitely follow over at DC Streetsblog), there are a lot of major political decisions being made about transportation.

At the same time, some of the most important changes needed to create a sustainable transportation system in D.C. have nothing to do with transportation at all. For example, redeveloping the old convention center site downtown would be a major victory for sustainable transportation in D.C.

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  • Excellent example. Many in a rush to be “green” seem to get caught up in living in their single family homes, driving to the commuter rail station, and riding that 10 miles into the city. Infill development is such an important piece that the average person overlooks.