Fort Worth Better Block Challenge — AARP
The Linwood area of Fort Worth, Texas, teamed up with Team Better Block and AARP Livable Communities to create a safer, more pedestrian-friendly neighborhood.
Buffalo Fruit Belt Challenge — AARP
Buffalo's Fruit Belt neighborhood teamed up with Team Better Block to transform the community into a more lively, energetic and engaging environment for all its residents.
Columbia Avenue Better Block Challenge — AARP
At the intersection of Columbia Ave. and St. Joseph Blvd in Fort Wayne, Ind., traffic moves quickly as pedestrians try to navigate between a riverside pathway and the neighborhood. The AARP Community Challenge grant helped spur this project on.
Camden Alley Challenge — AARP
Camden, S.C., had a challenge: how to get people to go from one side of the town to the other without their cars. A small grant from the AARP Community Challenge made it all happen in just one weekend.
Monterey Bay Tiny House Challenge — AARP
Habitat for Humanity and AARP came together for a project that is changing the lives of many low-income older residents and their families in Monterey Bay, Calif. An AARP Community Challenge grant provided funds to make this happen.
The AARP Livability Index: Great Neighborhoods for All Ages
Brief introduction and overview of the AARP Livability Index
Active Living for All Ages: Creating Neighborhoods Around Transit - AARP
Transit oriented development (TOD) facilitates the independence and mobility of older adults. Produced by Jana Lynott of AARP's Public Policy Institute in collaboration with Streetfilms.
Planning Complete Streets - AARP
The AARP Public Policy Institute shows how the Complete Streets program can help older adults.
Transforming Communities for an Aging Society, Debra Whitman, Exec. VP – AARP
APA's 2015 National Planning Conference
Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission Speaker Series on Creating Livable Communities - AARP
M-NCPPC Presents, "AARP and Livable Communities".
Race, Class and Housing in an Aging Society - AARP
Dr. Harrell discusses the intersection of age, class and race, and the tools that can be used to ensure that planners are addressing the needs of diverse communities.
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