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Eric Russo 4/14/10 Sustainable City’s Regional Vision Exercise The Boston Region When walking and driving through the city of Boston, Massachusetts it is very busy, clustered and confusing. In Boston there is always a ton of traffic and the people constantly seem like they are in a hurry to get to their destinations. A lot of this has to do with the city’s population of 620,535 and rising, with the majority of the population spanning from the ages of 18 to 35, which is a good representation of the growing opportunities for jobs and education in Boston. (“True Knowledge”) With over 100 colleges and hundreds of thousands of students joining in the city life, everyone wants a taste. Boston has sprawled out to form 21 different neighborhoods which all share many of the same cultures, but have also formed many of their own. The city is internationally known and is flocked to from countries all over the world at a pace faster than Boston can handle. (“City of Boston”) Although Boston is known to all as one of the great American cities, it is currently going through some difficult times. The city is very dense and confusing, and not only are there a lot
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ENVIRDES 574 taught by Professor Markhamin during the Fall '11 term at UMass (Amherst).

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