Access to public transportation

Access to public transportation

Locations where public transportation is a viable alternative to private automobiles for access to work, school, recreation, and commerce. It gives the affordable housing developer room to argue for a reduced parking requirement, thereby making more of their land purchase available for housing units and reducing the land cost per unit.
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The hotel provides a complement of services and brand amenities, including 483 Guest Rooms, 9 Meeting Rooms, Valet and Laundry Services, MONA Restaurant, Juliet Rose Bar, 24-hour Fitness Center, 24-hour Room Service, Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet Access in Public Areas, and direct access to public transportation including a 35-minute airport link.
Without access to public transportation, students who attend the nearby Isabela State University in Echague had to navigate via boat or bicycle to school.
"With abundant access to public transportation that benefits commuters throughout the region, the centralized neighborhood suited Rubicon Project's needs."
Ayala Land, meanwhile, has long been adhering to sustainability standards that include ensuring site resilience; providing pedestrian-friendly roads and access to public transportation; and designing to maximize the natural light and air for eco-efficiency, among other efforts.
Additionally, CLC attained 23 out of 26 points for sustainable sites, a category that ranges from reducing light pollution to offering bicycle parking and access to public transportation. For more details on USGBC, visit www.usgbc.org.
AMLI Ponce Park achieved high marks for its walkability of location, access to public transportation and trails, outdoor spaces, resident access to healthy food options, smoke-free environment, and greater accessibility and visibility of stairwells rather than elevators.
This location offers easy access to public transportation, cabs and local commute options.
In January, Froedtert & MCWhealth network opened the 110,000-square-foot Drexel Town Square Health Center in Oak Creek, Wis., located in a walkable, pedestrian-focused retail setting with ample parking and access to public transportation. This location brings expanded services, including primary and urgent care, specialty care, rehabilitation, sports medicine, occupational therapy, vision, preventive cardiology, and hospital-level cancer care (through the Froedtert & MCW Cancer Network) to the rapidly growing area.
Still, Thirty's location should appeal to tech and creative businesses in general because of its access to public transportation and downtown amenities, Tousley said.
In a world where time is money, developers could potentially save millions of dollars in the process.<br />It is encouraging that this approach enjoys the support of highly respected downtown leaders like Eric Alexander from Vision Long Island, who has been a leader in fighting for sustainable downtowns.<br />When you look at the examples of successful downtowns, in such communities as Rockville Centre, Patchogue, Farmingdale, Huntington, and so many others, both in New York and beyond, what one consistently sees is mixed-use, sustainable, walkable neighborhoods, access to public transportation, and a focus on retaining young people.
According to Azizi, the community's features include retail centres such as Al Furjan Pavilion and Al Furjan West Pavilion, landscaped gardens, and easy access to public transportation.

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