Columbia is a planned community made of ten individual villages. The community makes use of walkways to connect homes and parks, shopping centers, but also has a regular street system for motor vehicles. This pool, part of 23 outdoor pools in Columbia, is operated by the Columbia Association (CA).
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Cities and towns -- Villages -- Maryland -- Columbia;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Columbia: Walkways, Public Pool" (2011). Browse All. 529.
pedestrian traffic, planned communities, public spaces