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Southland communities see train stations as development destinations

The sound of a train horn has become a signal for Southland communities to

get on board an emerging economic development track.

Called “transit-oriented development” in the vernacular of urban planners and economic development experts, it’s not a new idea but one gaining favor in a post-recession era that has towns re-evaluating their development strategies. Please click here to read Mike Nolan’s full story in the Southtown Star.

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