Chapter 4 - Chapter 4 Cities and Suburbs Sprawl Sprawl is the term used to describe spread-out or low-density development beyond the edge of

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Chapter 4: Cities and Suburbs
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Sprawl Sprawl is the term used to describe spread-out or low-density development beyond the edge of services and employment. Vintage Township Town of Tioga Celebration (Mixed Views)
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Problems with Sprawl Cumulative effects identifying this development include automobile-dependency, inefficiency, and wastefulness of natural resources As people move farther from core cities into outlying regions, so do all the trappings of urban life: stores, offices, factories, hospitals, crime, congestion, and pollution. Sprawl is like that cartoon snowball rolling down the hill, growing in size and momentum, becoming practically unstoppable Nothing Good comes from Sprawl
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Sprawl Transforming the Land Everything to spread out! Public Transportation not an option Dependent on the automobile Isolation Suburban housing, shopping centers, office and industrial parks have transformed the landscape. Business Sector Moving out from the inner City!
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Chapter 4 - Chapter 4 Cities and Suburbs Sprawl Sprawl is the term used to describe spread-out or low-density development beyond the edge of

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