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New Urbanism

An approach to designing cities, towns, and neighborhoods that tries to reduce traffic and eliminate sprawl. Although the term New Urbanism emerged during the late 1980s and early 1990s, its principles are much older.
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Firm phase - supply of 2 new urban minibus (capacity 20-30 seats).
The New Urban Communities Authority will offer eight new public tenders in four new cities amid efforts to develop new urban areas.
Pedone told the City Council's Economic Development Committee Monday night that the WRA board will make recommendations to the city manager about people to serve on the Citizens Advisory Committee for the development of a new urban renewal plan.
The new Urban SUV will be launched in Europe during 2015, with the name of the European model being confirmed nearer to launch.
Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC) (TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, is launching its new Urban SUV Concept vehicle at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit next month.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said that a panel appointed by the central bank has proposed minimum capital requirement for new urban co- operative banks in a band of INR5m to INR50m, depending on region, banking exposure and population.
The New Urban Communities Authority is offering a number of investment projects in Sixth of October City worth 20 billion pounds," al-Ahram newspaper said, citing an official at NUCA.
An administrative panel this month said it recommended to the court that the contract for the company's purchase of land issued by the Housing Ministry's New Urban Communities Authority be annulled.
Work is underway to create over 100 hectares of parklands, on former industrial land, that will provide a colourful and festival atmosphere for London 2012 and afterwards become the largest new urban park in the UK for over 100 years
A minor league baseball stadium and a $4 billion re-invention of downtown in the pipeline; a new urban riverwalk that will become a destination attraction; a $1 billion Forest City Ratner mega-development soon to break ground: Even the pessimists are impressed with what the City of Yonkers is doing.
The question loomed large at the recent World Architecture Congress, held in Dubai, which discussed among other things the place of sustainable design and human scale in the making of new urban environments.
The fuzzy surface of the fiber becomes a variable that Artschwager repeatedly manipulates in the service of purposeful ambiguity: In the dryly painted (and dryly humorous) Desert Growth, 2005, piles of modular forms on a mesa suggest, all at once, alien succulents, new urban development in the American Southwest, formal abstraction overtaking the landscape, and a still life of geometric vessels on a table.

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